Collaboration & PartnersHIP

Our primary collaborators are the World Health Organization (WHO),  The Gates Foundation, Harvard University School, Emory University, Atlanta and Michigan State University and the University of Medical Science and Technology, Khartoum, Federal and State Governments and other International and local NGOs. Within these collaborations we have carried out the following projects.

In health

  • Malaria intervention research (World Health Organisation)
  • Lymphatic filariasis (World Health Organisation, Government of Nigeria, Interchurch Medical Assistance, Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, USA)
  • HIV/AIDS intervention (Adamawa State government )
  • Maternal and Child Health (KPMG, Constella-Futures, PATH2)
  • Health system strengthening (World Health Organisation)
  • Community capacity and people empowerment (Vitamin Angels Inc, USA)
  • Microcredit for maternal survival initiative in Northwestern Nigeria (Constella Futures)
  • Application of ICT to rational management of fevers among nomads (Gates Foundation)
  • Priorities for maternal and fetal nutrition research and implementation agenda (Gates Foundation/Emory University)
  • The impact of malarial infection on agricultural worker productivity (World Bank, ESRC)
  • Maternal-Neonatal Health Evaluation of “accelerating progress to achieve health-related MDGs in Nigeria (Project implemented by the Clinton Health Access Initiative) (NORAD)

In Education

  • UK-Aid project; Education Data, Research and Evaluation in Nigeria (EDOREN). 

    • Study on education in conflict in northeastern Nigeria
    • Special Education Needs and Disability policy study in Anambra and Kaduna States, 
    • Teacher management in Northern Nigeria
    • Teacher situation in Northwestern Nigeria
    • Strategy for evidence-informed policy and practice of teacher recruitment and deployment 
    • Procedure for developing the capacity for the co-production of evidence-informed policy