Research and Analysis
StrongMinds is proud to be a data-driven organization. Below you’ll find internal and external research on our work.
World Mental Health Report
StrongMinds is featured as an exemplar of community-based mental health services in this inspiring report that draws upon the latest evidence and case studies of good practices worldwide.
Happiness for the whole family
An updated analysis to incorporate the household spillover effects for cash transfers and psychotherapy. In the report, StrongMinds is estimated to be 9 times more cost-effective than the charity GiveDirectly.
StrongMinds: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
In this detailed report, Happier Lives Institute (HLI) explains the cost-effectiveness of StrongMinds using subjective well-being and affective mental health.
Teletherapy to Treat Depression in Women in sub-Saharan Africa
A qualitative assessment of phone-based group interpersonal therapy (IPT-G) as a depression intervention in Uganda and Zambia during COVID-19.
COVID-19 and Mental Health in Africa
A survey of 12,000 women in low-income communities in Uganda and Zambia conducted by StrongMinds to assess the mental health impacts of COVID-19 on its former clients.
Phase I & Phase II Follow-Up Report
A summary follow-up data from the first two cohorts of women treated during our initial pilot phase, indicating that more than two-thirds of the women remained depression-free 18 and 24 months beyond the conclusion of therapy.
Phase II Impact Report
A summary of results from our second cohort of women treated with depression through Group Interpersonal Therapy during our initial pilot phase.
Phase I Impact Report
A summary of results from our first cohort of women treated with depression through Group Interpersonal Therapy during our initial pilot phase.