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The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in partnership with NIH, supports the Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) Health, a competitive grants program directly supports developing country scientists working on research projects with NIH funded scientists. The projects are the first to be funded through an initiative designed to foster collaborative global research in critical areas of health and disease research.
Each PEER Health award is directly tied to an NIH funded scientist. View details of the related NIH award in NIH RePORTER.
Reducing loss-to-follow-up among HIV-exposed infants in central MozambiqueBeira Operations Research Center (CIOB) in MozambiqueRelated NIH Grant: Early ART Initiation among HIV-Positive Pregnant Women in Central Mozambique
Optimization of SMC delivery and its effects on the acquisition of malaria immunityMalaria Research and Training Center, Faculty of Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry, University of Bamako in MaliRelated NIH Grant: Malaria Immunology and Pathogenesis in Pregnant Women and Young Children
Investigation of the effectiveness of national clean cookstoves program in Nepal in reducing Acute Respiratory Tract Infection in ≤ 5 childrenNational Tuberculosis Center in NepalRelated NIH Grant: Investigation of Indoor Solid Fuel and Kerosene Use as Tuberculosis Risk Factors
Impact of Pronto Training in Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care on 24 hour Neonatal MortalityUniversity of Nairobi in KenyaRelated NIH Grant: Linked-Strengthening Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Research Training in Kenya
Evidence-based Knowledge into Practice: Extending a Successful Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health ProgramICDDR,B in BangladeshRelated NIH Grant: Long-Term Effects of Health and Development Interventions in Rural Bangladesh
Introducing "Option B+" in Malawi: Impact on child outcomesHIV/AIDS Department in MalawiRelated NIH Grant: International Epidemiologic Databases to Evaluate AIDS-Southern Africa (IeDEASA)
Feasibility and effectiveness of the baby friendly community initiative (BFCI) in Kenya: A pilot community trial in a rural settingKenyattta University in KenyaRelated NIH Grant: Diabetes Care in American Samoa
Development and evaluation of strategies to foster implementation of guidelines for diagnosis of childhood tuberculosisMakerere University College of Health Sciences in UgandaRelated NIH Grant: TB Guideline Observation and Adherence in Low-Income Countries (TB GOAL)
Lassa fever pathobiology in children and during pregnancyLassa Fever Program Kenema Government Hospital in Sierra LeoneRelated NIH Grant: Preclinical Development of Recombinant Antigen Diagnostics for Lassa Fever
Newborn Infection Control and Care Initiative for Health Facilities to Accelerate Reduction of Neonatal Mortality (NICCI)National Institute of Public Health (NIPH) in CambodiaRelated NIH Grant: Inter-American Training for Innovations in Emerging Infectious Diseases
Assessing the effect of strengthening the referral of children from the private health sector and its impact on child survival in UgandaMakerere University School of Public Health in UgandaRelated NIH Grant: Enhancing Training, Research Capacity and Expertise in HIV Care (ENTREE)
Epidemiologic and genotypic analysis of active M. tuberculosis cases in Indonesia: Understanding the acquisition and transmission of drug-resistant tuberculosisAndalas University in IndonesiaRelated NIH Grant: Epidemiology and Transmission Dynamics of MRD/XDR Tuberculosis
Intensified antibiotic treatment plus low dose aspirin for tuberculous meningitis: a randomized clinical trialHealth Research Centre Medical Faculty Universitas Padjadjara in IndonesiaRelated NIH Project: INA-RESPOND (Indonesian Research Partnership in Infectious Disease), an NIAID intramural project led by H. Clifford Lane, M.D.
Mosquito-borne arboviral surveys in Indonesia with a focus on Dengue vectorsFakultas Kedokteran Universitas Hasanuddi in IndonesiaRelated NIH Grant: Diapause in Culex Mosquitoes
Implementation of PharmaCheck to assure the quality of IMCI drugs in IndonesiaCenter for Health Research Universitas Indonesi in IndonesiaRelated NIH Grant: Quantitative Analysis of Tumor Cell Migration in Three-Dimensional Matrices
Development of an antigen-capture immunoassay for the rapid diagnosis of acute leptospirosisInstitute for Vector and Reservoir Control Research and Development, NIHRD - MoH Republic of Indonesia in IndonesiaRelated NIH Grant: Antigen Detection Assay for the Diagnosis of Melioidosis
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