Humanity in Crisis: How Ethics and Religion Shape Policy Responses to Refugees

2020-05-26T10:17:06+01:00May 26, 2020|Research Projects|

We are pleased to share the Video coverage of the event "Humanity in Crisis: How Ethics and Religion Shape Policy Responses to Refugees" held on May 19, 2020, by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs of [...]

Impact of COVID19 on pandemic on South Africa

2020-05-15T09:23:14+01:00May 15, 2020|Field Projects, Research Projects|

Edited and updated version of an interview by Renier Koegelenberg with Rev Udo Hahn, Protestant Academy of Tutzing, Bavaria, Germany, Published in Tutzing Newsletter 8 April 2020; & The role of faith communities – Tsantsabane case study. INTERVIEW Question [...]

Call for Applications: digital health solutions for young people

2020-05-15T09:24:53+01:00April 18, 2020|Research Projects|

Leveraging digital technologies to reach young people with information and services on HIV and sexual and reproductive health. In light of the developing strenuous circumstances posed by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and difficulties faced by applicants, the deadline for [...]

The Health Innovation Exchange Global Annual Event

2020-03-12T12:31:01+01:00March 06, 2020|Research Projects|

Bringing together a variety of global health leaders, decision makers, investors and innovators. Leveraging innovation and technology is essential to fast-track progress to reach Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and other health-related Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets. While [...]

COVID-19: FIND call (EOI) for test developers

2020-04-13T09:23:50+01:00February 21, 2020|Research Projects|

FIND Communications Earlier this month, WHO convened a forum to identify research gaps and priorities for COVID-19, co-hosted by GloPID-R. These priorities included the urgent need for access to accurate and standardized diagnostics for SARS-CoV-2 (the causative agent of COVID-19), which can [...]

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