Working to Advance
Health Equity in Africa

Princess Nyoni-Kachambwa

  • 2022 PhD Student
  • Country of Origin: Zimbabwe

Princess’ PhD research looks at the impact of the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention on emotional dysregulation, intimate partner violence, and HIV-acquisition risk among young men residing in rural areas and urban informal settlements in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She holds a Master of Public Health in Global Health from Thammasat University, Thailand. She has worked as a health promotion manager in the Zimbabwean City Government. Her areas of interest in research include; Mental Health, the Intersection of Gender Inequities, Health, and Women and Children’s Health.

Research outputs

Journal article

Nyoni, P. Cuadros, D. Gibbs, A. Tanser, F. Slotow, R. Burns, J. Tomita, A. 2022. Spatial clustering of codeine use and its association with depression: A geospatial analysis of nationally representative South African data Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, 10, 100434