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Overview of international health research projects
Here is an overview of international health research and knowledge mangagement projects in the South that are all based on North-South collaboration, connected to Danish institutions. Some have received full or partial funding from Danida, others are funded by other sources.
This is a non-comprehensive list. Please contact the Network secretariat if you would like to have your project included.
Danida has launched a new portal, which provides access to an information about Danida funded research projects in developing countries. Basic information on research projects supported through the Consultative Committee for Development Research (FFU), including pilot research projects, as well as support to networks, centres, platforms and international research are included in the portal. Where available, the portal will include links to research project website, publictions, etc. You can search for information by country, institution, subject, project type or by using keywords. Go to the portal.
Ongoing research projects
|Bangladesh||Food and Nutrition Security|
|Bangladesh & Cambodia||The Role of Fish in Food and Nutrition Security (2004-08)
|Bangladesh, Cambodia & Taiwan||Content and bioavailability of vitamin A, iron and zinc in commonly consumed foods in developing countries|
|Egypt||Development of Hepatitis Medication||ou.dk|
|Ghana||Malaria Research Programme||cmp.dk|
||Kenyan-Danish Health Research Project (KEDAHR)|
|India||Danish Assistance to the National Leprosy Eradication Programme (DANLEP)||danlep.dk
|India||Danida Assisted Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (DANTB)||dantb.dk|
||Ethnopharmacology of Indian Medicinal Plants
|Madagascar||Oral Health Systems (1992-2004)
||Malaria Epidemiology and Control|
|Nepal||Primary Health Care (1993-2006)
||Malaria and Leishmaniasis Research||cmp.dk|
|South Africa & Uganda||The Politics of Access to Anti-Retroviral Drugs for the Treatment of African AIDS|
||Malaria, Filariasis and Health Systems Research (1992-2004)|
|Uganda & Tanzania||Constructions of Masculinities and Their Influence on Male Sexual and Reproductive Health and Behavior in Urban East Africa ( 1992-2004)|