Collaborations and Partnerships

The European Union (EU)

The European Union (EU) The EU is a funding agency that supports a number of projects at MUST. Currently, the projects EU funds at MUST include Human Resources for Primary Care in Africa (HURAPRIM), Capacity building in Sustainability and Environment Management (CAPSEM), and Durable Solutions. Human Resources for Primary Care in Africa (HURAPRIM): The HURAPRIM-project […]

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Global Emergency Care Collaboration (GECC)

Global Emergency Care Collaboration (GECC) GECC runs a two-year, emergency medicine training program for non-physician clinicians, in collaboration with local and national institutions. The Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) program is designed to teach symptoms based emergency medicine to educate strong clinicians, as well as teach clinicians how to be quality educators to train the incoming […]

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Netherlands Organization for Scientific Development (NOW-WOTRO)

Netherlands Organization for Scientific Development (NOW-WOTRO) WOTRO and MUST partnership is collaborative research on a number of projects including economic empowerment of women and sustainable MRI system to diagnose hydrocephalus. Economic empowerment of women (EWP-U): In 2015 Women’s International Cross Cultural Exchange (ISIS – WICCE) partnered with Tilburg University, Mbarara University and Makerere University to […]

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University Of Kwazulu Natal

University Of Kwazulu Natal The University of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa collaborated with MUST to enhance the healthcare workers’ reproductive counseling knowledge, views and practices for people living with HIV in Mbarara, Uganda. The partnership between PHARMBIOTRAC at MUST; and UKZN’s Centre for Indigenous Knowledge Systems (CIKS) and the Pharmaceutical Sciences Discipline was initiated in […]

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East Africa IeDEA Regional Consortium

East Africa IeDEA Regional Consortium The East African International Databases to Evaluate AIDS (IeDEA-EA) is one of seven regional data centers funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health to provide a rich resource for globally diverse HIV/AIDS data. Indiana University leads the East African region in collaboration with the University of California San Francisco […]

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