Through a Financial Assurance Fund from the UK’s National Institute for Health Research we are delighted to be organising a workshop on Good Financial Grant Practice (GFGP) workshop. This workshop is a joint venture by the TIBA Partnership and the African Academy of Sciences (AAS). We are being hosted by our colleagues in the University of Rwanda.
We will be joined by over 80 global health research project and finance managers from TIBA partner institutions and from several other projects from the NIHR’s Global Health Research programme.
Five African scientists are to study at the University of Edinburgh as part of a scheme to tackle infectious diseases.
The experts – from Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa – will conduct research that seeks to reduce the burden of Africa’s most damaging diseases.
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By a unanimous decision of our Steering Committee taking at the Second Annual General Meeting held in Accra, September 2019, the TIBA Partnership has formally endorsed the ‘London Declaration on Neglected Tropical Diseases’ .
For more information on the declaration, please visit https://unitingtocombatntds.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/london_declar...
Sponsor: NIHR Global Health Research Unit Tackling Infections to Benefit Africa at the University of Edinburgh (TIBA)
Date: September 16-18th 2019
Venue: Fiesta Royale Hotel, Accra, Ghana
A 3-minute video showcasing some of TIBA's work in Africa.
African experts join forces to beat tropical infectious diseases.
Millions of people are set to benefit from four projects that aim to improve health in Sub-Saharan Africa.
A hands-on workshop on using nanopore sequencing and molecular epidemiology for virus outbreak response.
11th-15th December 2018
West Africa Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana.
Prof. Mark Woolhouse presenting at Usher Institute Global Health Symposium 2018