Creating your communication poster
This toolkit presents the steps, considerations, and tips to create a research communication poster, based on the experience and lessons learnt following the development of the CHAIN Network research communication posters.Learn more
Establish a Research Support Room in your institution
Step by step guide to create an enduring service that offers support to healthcare professionals – and anyone who wants to conduct health research – in the design and development of their project.Learn more
Register as an Ethics Expert
Do you have expertise or experience in bioethics and would like to join and contribute to the Network? Register here to enter the Network’s Ethics Advice Platform.Learn more
The Global Health Network Conference 2022
University of Cape Town, South Africa: 24 and 25 November 2022. Funded places will be available! HOLD THE DATE AND REGISTER YOUR INTEREST. Registration will open soon and be offered first to those who have registered their interest.Learn more
'How to' Toolkits!
Free and flexible resources to strengthen research processes, to plan and conduct clinical trials, as well as to implement a research capacity-building initiative in your communityLearn more
ARCH Stakeholder Mapping Report
The ARCH stakeholder mapping report details how an initial list of key stakeholders (in research, policy and health) were identified, and how they could bridge the 'health research uptake' gap along with lessons learned.Learn more
Recording and report now available: AMR Knowledge Hub launch webinar
The first AMR Knowledge Hub webinar took place on July 2021 to introduce this Hub to the global AMR community. Watch the recording and read the summary report now.Learn more
Target COVID-19 children's book
One by One 2030 launched a children’s book called “Keto and Zuri Learn about COVID-19,” to help parents and caregivers across Africa explain COVID-19 to children by sharing scientific facts in age-appropriate language.Learn more
Visit the Coronavirus Hub
You can find the support, tools, resources and guidance to aid your studies during this rapidly evolving situation.Learn more
Building capacity for conducting world class clinical Trials in the Eastern Africa Region.
The East African Consortium for Clinical Research (EACCR) is a capacity building Network comprising of institutions from 6 countries in East Africa and 8 northern partner institutions from 5 northern countries and is funded by the European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP).
The network was established in 2009 with EACCR1 and had their award renewed in December 2016 as EACCR2 and in 2021 as EACCR3. The consortium has its secretariat at the Ministry of Health-Uganda Virus Research Institute in Entebbe.