Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases (CRID) – Cameroon
One of the main objectives of CRID is to put in place an appropriate research environment to facilitate high quality research on infectious diseases in Cameroon and to contribute to capacity building by training the next generations of Cameroon scientists and others African countries.
CRID, in its various departments, ensures to acquire highly qualified researchers, meeting the requirements of the environment and able to use efficiently the state-of-the-art technical platform available in the research centre. It is therefore thanks to a young, passionate, motivated team that believes in their field that the CRID can look serenely towards the future, which offers us new challenges for research and teaching.
The Centre National de Recherche et de Formation sur le Paludisme (CNRFP) – Burkina Faso
Institut de Recherche en Sciences de La Sante (IRSS) – Burkina Faso
IRSS was created in 1997 and its overall goals are to seek solutions to priority health problems through research, to coordinate health related research in Burkina Faso, and to disseminate research results.
The institute is organised in two departments (Biomedical and Public Health Department and the Traditional Medicine and Pharmacia Department). In addition to the Head Office which is in Ouagadougou,
Malaria Alert Centre, College of Medicine, University of Malawi (MAC) – Malawi
The Malaria Alert Centre, established in 2001 as part of the College of Medicine at the University of Malawi. It provides a foundation and focus for malaria prevention and control activities involving operations research, monitoring and evaluation, and training of healthcare workers and public health students. The Malaria Alert Centre has provided a strong foundation and platform for malaria operations research in a highly malaria-endemic area.
African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) – Malawi
The African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) is an African-led, regional non-profit policy think tank established in 2010 to help bridge the gaps between research, policy and practice in development efforts in Africa.
We analyse, synthesise, and translate evidence (i.e. data and research) and use it to generate or strengthen political commitment, inform resource allocation, programme design and implementation. The aim is to contribute to the realisation of sustainable development by enabling the formulation of sound policies and programme interventions.
Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Trust Research Programme (MLW)
MLW is an internationally leading health research institution led by Malawian & International Scientists, pursuing scientific excellence and improving the health of people in sub-Saharan Africa.
Since its inception in 1995, MLW has maintained partnership with College of Medicine at the University of Malawi, the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, the University of Liverpool and our major funder the Wellcome Trust.
MLW is based in Blantyre with field research sites around urban Blantyre, Thyolo and Chikhwawa.