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Global Environmental and Occupational Health Hub for Research Training in the Middle East and North Africa Region (GEOHealth MENA) - US Award

The following grant was awarded by, is supported by, is administered by or is in partnership with the Fogarty International Center at the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Funding Fogarty Program

Global Environmental and Occupational Health (GEOHealth)

Project Information in NIH RePORTER

Global Environmental and Occupational Health Hub for Research Training in the Middle East and North Africa Region (GEOHealth MENA)

Principal Institution

Yale University

Principal Investigator(s) (PI)

Mowafi, Hani; Habib, Reza; Nuwayhid, Iman A; Redlich, Carrie A; Sakr, Carine

Project Contact Information

Email: hani.mowafi@yale.edu

Year(s) Awarded

2022—2027

Country

Egypt; Lebanon; Sudan

Collaborators

American University of Beirut
University of Iowa

NIH Partners

NIEHS

Project Description

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region faces a myriad of environmental and occupational health (EOH) challenges in a context of dynamic political changes and multiple concurrent humanitarian crises. The collaborative U01 and U2R applications aim to establish a Global Environmental and Occupational Health Research and Training Hub for the MENA region (GEOHealth MENA) with the goal to build and strengthen EOH research capacity at academic/research institutions and relevant NGOs in the region.

Partner award: GEOHealth Hub: Global Environmental and Occupational Health Research and Training Hub for the Middle East and North Africa Region - LMIC Award

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