We have published the following manuscripts based on the feasiblity and pilot studies:

  1. Pandit JA, Sirotin N, Tittle R, Onjolo E, Bukusi EA, Cohen CR. Shamba Maisha: a pilot study assessing impacts of a micro-irrigation intervention on the health and economic wellbeing of HIV patients. BMC Public Health. 2010; 10: 245.
  2. Cohen CR, Steinfeld RL, Weke E, Bukusi EA, Hatcher AM, Shiboski S,  Rheingans RScow KMButler LMOtieno P,  Dworkin SLWeiser SD. Shamba Maisha: Pilot agricultural intervention for food security and HIV health outcomes in Kenya: design, methods, baseline results and process evaluation of a cluster-randomized controlled trial. Springerplus. 2015; 4: 122.
  3. Weiser SD, Bukusi EA, Steinfeld RL, Frongillo EA, Weke E, Dworkin SL  Pusateri K, Shiboski SScow K,  Butler LMCohen CR. Shamba Maisha: randomized controlled trial of an agricultural and finance intervention to improve HIV health outcomes. AIDS. 2015; 29(14): 1889-94.
  4. Tsai AC, Hatcher AM, Bukusi EA, Weke E, Lemus Hufstedler L, Dworkin SL, Kodish SCohen CRWeiser SD. A Livelihood Intervention to Reduce the Stigma of HIV in Rural Kenya: Longitudinal Qualitative Study. AIDS Behav. 2017; 21(1): 248-60.
  5. Weiser SD, Hatcher AM, Hufstedler LL, Weke E, Dworkin SL, Bukusi EA, Burger RLKodish SGrede NButler LM,  Cohen CR. Changes in Health and Antiretroviral Adherence Among HIV-Infected Adults in Kenya: Qualitative Longitudinal Findings from a Livelihood Intervention. AIDS Behav. 2017; 21(2): 415-27.
  6. Zakaras JM, Weiser SD, Hatcher AM, Weke E, Burger RL, Cohen CR, Bukusi EADworkin SL. A Qualitative Investigation of the Impact of a Livelihood Intervention on Gendered Power and Sexual Risk Behaviors Among HIV-Positive Adults in Rural Kenya. Arch Sex Behav. 2016.