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Research Projects at CIH

The Centre for International Health is involved in numerous interdisciplinary projects with partners from many countries and continents.

The research projects at CIH are funded by different organisations such as the The Research Council of Norway (RCN), Norad (NORHED), EU (EDCTP) etc.

Nearly all research projects at CIH involve capacity strengthening.

Many of CIH research projects focus on mother and child health. They formed the basis for the Centre of Excellence, CISMAC (Centre for Interventions Science in Maternal and Child Health). Centre of Excellence: Centre for Intervention Science in Maternal and Child Health (CISMAC)

Research at CIH includes a number of communicable diseases including HIV, Malaria, Tuberculosis, and others, and a number of non-communicable diseases including Respiratory Health and others.

Different aspects of mental health are included in many CIH projects.

For recently completed projects, see list here.

Find more information on selected ongoing CIH research projects below.