Outil de partenariat pour Les femmes S’ÉLÈVENT

Appel de demandes en deux étapes à l’intention des équipes de recherche pour la santé et le bien-être économique des femmes dans le cadre d’une reprise post-COVID-19 inclusive, durable et équitable

Les femmes S’ÉLÈVENT vise à soutenir une nouvelle initiative de recherche-action sexotransformatrice orientée vers l’action sur les interrelations entre la santé des femmes et leur travail (rémunéré ou non) dans le contexte de la préparation et de la riposte à la COVID-19, ainsi que du redressement postpandémique.

L’outil de partenariat a pour objectif de favoriser les liens et la collaboration entre les chercheurs ou chercheuses et les décideurs ou décideuses travaillant au Canada et dans les pays à revenu faible ou intermédiaire dans le cadre de la possibilité de financement : appel de demandes à l’intention des équipes de recherche Les femmes S’ÉLÈVENT. La possibilité de financement est maintenant publiée sur la page Financement du CRDI.

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Comment puis-je trouver des collaborateurs canadiens ou un superviseur potentiel dans mon domaine?

Les bases de données consultables qui suivent peuvent aider les chercheurs étrangers à trouver des collaborateurs potentiels au Canada.

  • Base de données sur les décisions de financement des IRSC : Cette base contient des données sur les demandes de subventions et de bourses approuvées par les IRSC depuis janvier 2009. Elle peut être interrogée par sujet de recherche, chercheur, lieu, programme, institut/thème ou partenaires. Veuillez noter que cette base de données n’affiche pas les coordonnées des chercheurs, mais qu’elle nomme l’établissement auquel ils étaient affiliés au moment de l’octroi du financement.
  • Chaires de recherche du Canada : Cette base de données réunit les profils de plus de 1800 titulaires de chaire de recherche du Canada pour aider les personnes à la recherche d'experts en sciences naturelles, en génie, en santé, en sciences sociales ou en sciences humaines.
  • Système d'information sur la recherche au Canada : Cette base renferme des données sur les subventions et les bourses octroyées par plusieurs organismes canadiens de financement de la recherche. Elle peut être interrogée par sujet de recherche, chercheur, lieu, détails de financement ou organisme. Cette base de données n'affiche pas les coordonnées des chercheurs, mais elle nomme l'établissement auquel ils étaient affiliés au moment de l'octroi du financement.
  • Bases de données externes : Cette liste comporte une sélection de bases de données de projets financés par d'autres organismes.
Coordonnées Pays de la recherche Partie prenante/Type de participant Domaines d’intérêt Renseignements supplémentaires
Philémon Ndengania
promedeafrique@gmail.com
Ocha
Nord Kivu
République démocratique du Congo
Tel: 243971929031
République démocratique du Congo NGO

Community health

Environments and health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

HIV/AIDS

Sexual and reproductive health

Nous sommes une organisation humanitaire dénommé protection des mamans et enfants défavorisés en Afrique en sigle PROMEDE AFRIQUE ONG-D. Oeuvrant dans le secteur agricole et santé dans la province du Nord Kivu RDC.

Vu la situation que traverse l'est de la République Domocratique du Congo surtout la situation des femmes et enfants car ils beaucoup plus victimes des plusieurs problèmes néanmoins l'insécurité alimentaire, violence sexuelle , mal nutrition et tant d'autres l'organisation PROMEDE AFRIQUE est toujours actif dans la zone avec d'autres partenaires locaux pour leurs accompagné. En fin nous sommes à la recherche des partenaires pouvant nous appuyer dans ce sens voir comment trouver une solution ensemble dans la province du Nord Kivu .
Dr. Atunga Nyachieo
anyachieo@yahoo.com
Institute of Primate Research
Nairobi
Kenya
Tel: 254724306688
Kenya, East Africa

Research Institute

Research Professional

Community Partner

National Government

Community health

Ethics

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Sexual and reproductive health

 
Ms. Keneilwe Pearl Marata
kmarata@bidpa.bw
Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA)
Gaborone
Botswana
Tel: 267 71542107
Botswana Other countries - South Africa

NGO

Research Institute

Think Tank

Research Professional

Data and health

Gender and health

Governance and health

HIV/AIDS

Pandemic preparedness

Public policy

Public Health Specialist
Dr. Linus K'osambo
kosambosan@yahoo.com
Kenya Industrial Research and Development Institute (KIRDI)
Nairobi
Kenya
5 Counties - Kisumu, Homa Bay, Kwale, Kilifi, Nairobi

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Research Institute

Research Professional

National Government

Technologies development and transfer to communities for improved livelihoods

Community health

Environments and health

Gender and health

Pandemic preparedness

Public policy

KIRDI is engaged in the development and transfer of simple and adaptable technologies and innovations that can be used to address local challenges. Food processing for better health is on of the core areas. This include processing and utilization of healthy traditional foods such as Amaranthus, finger millet, seaweeds, sweetpotato, cassava, etc. KIRDI is therefore interested in designing intervention that address technology-health nexus.

KIRDI would like to partner with:

  1. Community health workers and practitioners
  2. Policy organizations working on health and technology/innovation related nexuses.
David Vargas
davvargas@uniboyaca.edu.co
Universidad de Boyacá
Colombia
Colombia Academic Institute

Data and health

Environments and health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Public health

Social sciences and humanities

We are a University from Colombia looking for a partner in Canada. We work before with women communities in the region (rural and city dweller) and we are looking for grants to strengthen women empowerment after the pandemic. We have research groups in health, social, and humanities, building a solid proposal to participate. Also, we are in contact with regional authorities to consolidate support to transcend the country's policies.
Mr. Tegene Legese Dadi
tege2004@gmail.com / tegene.legese@hu.edu.et
Hawassa and Addis Ababa
Ethiopia
Tel: 251916125736
Ethiopia

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Knowledge User

Research Professional

Community health

Data and health

Digital health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Maternal and child health

Public health

Sexual and reproductive health

 
Dr. Janestic Twikirize
janestic.twikirize@mak.ac.ug
Makerere University
Uganda
Tel: 256706339564
Uganda Academic Institute

Community health

Gender and health

Sexual and reproductive health

Social protection

Social sciences and humanities

Child protection and child care reform

The study will focus on women caregivers of patients with severe mental illness who are resettled into family/community. Exploring and assessing their care giving roles and how this impacts on their own health and livelihoods before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Luis Adolfo Mercado
lmercado@ucb.edu.bo
Researcher at Universidad Católica boliviana "San Pablo"
Santa Cruz
Bolivia
Tel: 70079930
Bolivia Independent researcher in Canada

Health professional

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Community health

Data and health

Environments and health

Gender and health

Health economics

Health systems research

Indigenous health

Public health

We are looking for partners with expertise in the areas of public health, economic, and/or social research with a gender and intercultural approach. Inequality in access to health and education services due to asymmetries caused by economic inequality resulting from the precariousness of employment or, in many cases, the lack of employment during the pandemic, of a large part of the Bolivian population, has contributed to many families living in a situation of extreme poverty. However, it should be noted that many families and communities have been able to overcome the tragedy, so it is interesting to identify the factors that have favored family and community resilience. The aim of this research project is to determine the role of women in family and community resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic, considering socioeconomic and cultural aspects, among others.

Dr. Gabriela Irrazábal (she/her)
gabrielairrazabal@gmail.com
CONICET
Argentina
Tel: 5491162802332
Argentina, Latin America, South America

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Community health

Data and health

Ethics

Gender and health

Mental health and addiction

Sexual and reproductive health

Social sciences and humanities

Academic Biography - Dr. Gabriela Irrazábal is an Adjoint Researcher at CEIL CONICET in Argentina. She has a PhD. in social sciences from the University of Buenos Aires and a B.A in Sociology from the National University of La Plata (UNLP), Argentina. Her field of study is the intersection between science, health, religion and politics. In particular, she studies representations and interventions in matters of bioethics such us the beginning, reproduction and end of life, including: abortion, reproductive cloning, embryo cryopreservation and moral status, MTR- gene editing - CRISPcas9, preimplantation diagnosis, techno-mediated reproduction, socio-cultural history of human embryos, euthanasia, dignified death, assisted suicide, refusal of treatment biomedical, reproductive health and management of religious diversity in public institutions. She has been visiting professor and researcher in several institutions and has published articles and book about her topics of study. She is the director of the Survey Science, Health, Beliefs and Society in Argentina (4532 cases) that has been financed by the University of Birmingham. Education 2008-2013 Doctorado en Ciencias Sociales (PhD) University of Buenos Aires, Argentina 1998 -2006 Licenciatura en Sociología (B.A), Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina. Recent appointments Present-2018 Adjoint Researcher, CONICET, Argentina Present-2021. Associate Professor of Research Methodology, Social Sciences & Administration Instititute, National University Arturo Jauretche, Argentina. 2018-2014 Assistant Researcher, CONICET, Argentina 2014-2013 Posdoctoral Fellow, CONICET, Argentina 2012-2008 Doctoral Fellow, CONICET and Ministry of Science & Technology, Argentina External competitive research funding in the last 10 years

  • 2020-2021 Situational Diagnosis of persons that interchange sex for money and sex workers in Argentina. (500 cases in 33 cities), Interamerican Bank of America. Co-director, US50000
  • 2021-2023 – Genetics, Beliefs & Human Rights: Justice, Policy and Health management in recent Argentina, Ministry of Science & Technology, FONCYT, director. AR$ 1.200.000 (US 12.500)
  • 2020-2021- INSBS Small Grant Project: Science and Catholicism: Perspectives and Circuits of Dialogue between Contemporary Europe and Argentina in Six Scientific Areas (Epistemology, Bioethics, Genetics, Reproductive Medicine, Embryology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience). Principal Investigator £8.500 (University of Birmingham & Templeton Foundation)
  • 2018-2019 Second National Survey on Religious Beliefs and Attitudes in Argentina. Financed by Ministry of Science, Argentina coordinator with F. Mallimaci, V. Giménez Béliveau & Esquivel, J.C. AR$ 2.600.000 (US 27.000)
  • 2017-2021 Genetics & Human Rights: policy and health management in recent Argentina, co - director financed by CONICET, Argentina AR$150.000 (US 1500)
  • 2016-2023 Estrategies of production and reproduction of families, financed by CONICET, researcher AR$4.000.000 (US 41000)
  • 2016-2017. Project National Interuniversity Counsil, Argentina – Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, France “Usages, pratiques et régulations político-religieuses sur le corps. Débats et perspectives dans le terrain des sciences sociales”. Researcher, Directors: Dr. Marcos Andrés Carbonelli y Dra. Serena Bindi. EU 4000
  • 2013-2018 Religion and health. Biographies ad Trajectories of religious actors trained in Bioethics in Argentina., financed by Ministry of Science, Argentina, director. AR$ 80000 (US 1000) Publications
  • 66 high-quality publications: 5 co-edited books, 11 refereed book chapters, 27 refereed journal articles, and 2 co-edited Journal Special issues (Salud Colectiva Journal and Sociedad y Religión Journal)
  • H-Index (GScholar): 10
  • Total Citations: 332 Top 10 relevant publications in the last 10 years
  1. Religion in decision-making on legal abortion in Argentina. G Irrazábal - Revista Estudos Feministas, 2015
  2. The Unborn and the Women Who Gestated Them: Meanings, Political Practices and Rituals in Buenos Aires. K Felitti, G Irrazábal - Revista de Estudios Sociales, 2018
  3. Sociedad y religión en movimiento. Segunda Encuesta Nacional sobre Creencias y Actitudes Religiosas en la Argentina (Society and Religion in Movement. Second National Survey on Religious Beliefs and Attitudes in Argentina) F Mallimaci, V Giménez Béliveau, J.C. Esquivel, Irrazábal, G. Ceil CONICET, 2019
  4. The right to health versus conscientious objection in Argentina. Revista Bioética, 2019. G Irrazábal, L Belli, ME Funes
  5. Health and religions: practices and meanings in dialogue and dispute. Salud colectiva, 2018 14 (2), 153. VG Béliveau, G Irrazábal, M Griera
  6. On the emergence and consolidation of bioethics as a discipline, as seen from a sociological perspective, Hist. cienc. saude-Manguinhos vol.22 no.4 2015. G. Irrazábal
  7. Reproducción asistida, gestación por sustitución y creencias. Un análisis desde las usuarias de tecnologías, los expertos religiosos y las regulaciones estatales en Argentina. Política Y Sociedad, 56(2), 317-339. G.Irrazábal & C. Johnson
  8. Salud y creencias en Argentina: saberes, decisiones y demandas, Sociedad y Religión 30 (55). MS. Catoggio, T. Baran & G. Irrazábal.
  9. Decisions about the end of life and religious beliefs: opinions and attitudes towards death and euthanasia in Argentina. Revista Latinoamericana de Bioética (in press). J.C. Esquivel & G. Irrazábal 10. Procesos de institucionalización del servicio de capellanía y la asistencia espiritual no católica para hospitales públicos de Argentina, Salud Colectiva, 2018 (2), G. Irrazábal

Engagement and Impact Dr. Irrazábal has worked in the field of public communication of research findings. She has 59 interventions in the media (newspaper articles, TV and Radio interviews). She has also worked in the field of action research and social intervention such as families of prisoners and a as member of a Humans Rights organizations: the Centre of Studies in Criminal Policy & Human Rights. In the last years, she focusses her teaching activities in the social work B.A of her University.

I have been working on a survey where we collect data on health, vaccines, the impact of pandemics in mental health, and social and economic issues. We have two reports in Argentina

  1. General population 4532 cases and
  2. Women in the Covid-19 Pandemic

Irrazábal Gabriela y Olmos Álvarez Ana Lucía (2022), Las mujeres en pandemia: salud, bienestar, formas de atención, coronavirus y vacunas. Segundo Informe de la Encuesta Ciencia, Salud, Creencias y Sociedad en contexto de pandemia Covid-19 en Argentina, Materiales de investigación CEIL (10).

Irrazábal Gabriela (2021), Salud, bienestar, coronavirus y vacunas según región y adscripción religiosa. Primer Informe de la Encuesta Ciencia, Salud, Creencias y Sociedad en contexto de pandemia Covid-19 en Argentina, Materiales de investigación CEIL (9).

Media coverage: Casi la mitad de la población sufrió ansiedad u otro trastorno de salud mental en pandemia, según estudio de Conicet

La pandemia. La gente cree que con las vacunas no se va a enfermar y relajó medidas de cuidado frente al Covid

Ocho de cada 10 argentinos creen que lo más efectivo para frenar el coronavirus es la vacunación

We are looking for partners in order to collaborate in a comparative study with other countries in Latin America, specially regarding the impact of pandemics in health and mental health of women and diversities.

Prof. Morankar Sudhakar
morankarsn@yahoo.com
Jimma University
Ethiopia
Tel: 251917763778
Ethiopia

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Community health

Data and health

Environments and health

Ethics

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Public health

Sexual and reproductive health

Social sciences and humanities

Evidence based health care (Knowledge Translation and use in policy making)

Jimma University is public university in Ethiopia. We have conducted studies on Covid impact particularly on primary health care services and women were most affected. We are currently involved in integrating Covid services in primary health care with special emphasize on gender and health aspects with. We are looking for Canadian partner as Co-PI.

Joyce Kamanzi, PhD
kamanzi@ualberta.ca
Independent Researcher
Alberta
Canada
Tel: 17802669538
Rwanda, Canada, sub-Saharan Africa

NGO

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Community Partner

Policymakers, decision makers, HIV/AIDS and PMTCT programs

Community health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Housing

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Occupational disease

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Marginalization

Emancipatory

Vulnerable population

Poverty and HIV

Social determinants of health

Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV

Stigma and discrimination

Gender

Global health

Health equity

Culture disparities

Oppression

Childhood illness

Nursing motivation

Quality improvement

Dr. Patience Erick
erickp@ub.ac.bw
University of Botswana
Southern
Botswana
Tel: 26771629705
Botswana

Health professional

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Community health

Environments and health

Gender and health

Occupational disease

Public health

Workplace health and safety

University of Botswana is in Southern Africa and we are looking for potential collaborators from Canada in order to apply for the Women RISE call for funding.
Dr. Jesica Lorena Pla
jesicapla@gmail.com
CONICET Universidad de Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
Argentina
Tel: 5491161508450
Argentina. United Kingdom. Spain. Brasil. Venezuela

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Research Professional

Community health

Gender and health

Housing

Labour

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Social protection

Social sciences and humanities

Social Inequality. Social Mobility. Social reproduction. Social police. Migration. Care

I need a partner based on Canada. My project focus on womens trajectories before during and after pandemic regarding labour, social reproduction and health. I work whit primary data and panel studie.
Dr. Euripide Avokpaho
euripideavokpaho@gmail.com
Institut de Recherche Clinique du Bénin
Bénin
Tel: 229 97013891
Benin

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

Research Institute

Community health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Health economics

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Public health

Sexual and reproductive health

Euripide Avokpaho, MD, MPH, is a Medical Epidemiologist at the Institut de Recherche Clinique du Benin (Benin, West Africa). He has an expertise in infectious disease control with an extensive experience in project management, clinical trials, epidemiological studies, qualitative research and economic evaluation. As a public health professional, Dr Avokpaho managed a community based malaria control project with Africare, a US based international NGO, served as Technical Advisor for a World Bank funded health syteme strenghning program and worked as international staff with MSF for Dengue fever outbreak control. Dr Euripide’s research focuses on infectious diseases including malaria and helminths infections. As part of his research work, coordinated for IRCB, the PAMVAC trial, a multicenter placental malaria vaccine trial sponsored by University of Tubingen. He is currently involved as Benin site Deputy Coordinator in Deworm3, a multicountry (Benin, Malawi and India) community cluster randomized trial to assess the feasibility of interrupting STH infections. Within this project Dr Avokpaho coordinated from 2018 to date, three (3) census of a population of 80.000 inhabitants, six (6) community mass drug administration to 50.000 individuals in collaboration with the National NTD Program, followed a cohort of 6.000 individuals for 4 years with yearly longitudinal stool samples surveys for STH diagnosis, coordinated two (2) cross-sectional surveys of 20.000 individuals and supervised Implementation Science team in qualitative and cost-related data collection and analysis.

Enseignant-chercheur Rabeharisoa Lilia
rabeharisoa.lilia@gmail.com
Université
Madagascar
Madagascar

Independent researcher in Canada

Health professional

Academic Institute

Knowledge User

Community Partner

Populations pauvres et vulnérables en milieux rural et urbain

Community health

Environments and health

Ethics

Gender and health

Infectious diseases

Labour

Maternal and child health

Public health

Social protection

Other – please describe

Madagascar, une grande île de l'Océan Indien, un pays agricole à la fois riche en biodiversités endémique et culturelle mais aussi parmi les plus pauvres du point de vue économique, avait eu une énorme opportunité de saisir des gros financements internationaux à disposition pour faire face à la pandémie du Covid 19 pour mieux progresser économiquement, en particulier par la transition vers une sécurité sanitaire, alimentaire et nutritionnelle en valorisant ses potentialités agricoles et sa richesse en biodiversité naturelle et culturelle avec l'unicité de sa langue qui devrait faciliter l'approche participative dans les activités de recherche pour une stratégie d'impacts des résultats, pour un vrai développement durable. Un changement transformateur par la recherche action participative est indispensable pour une appropriation des activités de recherche menées avec les acteurs de base, depuis le choix de la thématique de recherche, les méthodologies, résultats et leurs applications continues par ces acteurs de terrain avec les partenaires limitrophes pour de vrais impacts dans la lutte contre la pauvreté et l'insécurité alimentaire.

Défi: mettre en oeuvre des stratégies d'impacts des résultats des recherches pour un vrai développement durable à Madagascar

Limbikani Kadzamira
landmkaz@ahoo.com
Youth Enterprise Services (YES) Malawi
Central Region
Malawi
https://maleytata.wixsite.com/youthppf
Malawi Community Partner

Community health

Data and health

Gender and health

Health economics

Health services and policy research

Maternal and child health

Public health

Social sciences and humanities

 
Liliana Kremer
Profesora titular e investigadora
lilianakremerdodelson@gmail.com
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba y Colectivo de Mujeres del Chaco Trinacional
Cordoba
Argentina
0351157649609

Argentina

Trabajo en los 3 paises que conforman el Chaco Americano: Bolivia Paraguay y Argentina. Tambien con colegas en Canada Reseau Femmes et Feminismes en dialogue, UQAM et Sherbrooke.

Trabajamos temas de diversidad, discriminacion, racismo, prevención de la violencia, migraciones, derecho a la salud y la educacion.

Nuestras investigaciones son invest accion mediacion y abordamos desde las narrativas y la construccion de escenarios posibles.

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

NGO

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Redes locales y de intercambios de conocimientos

Community health

Indigenous health

Labour

Refugees and displaced populations

Social sciences and humanities

La relación entre contextos situados , locales, singulares de mujeres indigenas campesinas y fronterizas con sus derechos a una salud de calidad y su relacion con su capacidad de generar oportunidades de autonomía economica desde un enfoque y acciones interseccionales et interculturales

 

 

 

 

 
Professor Abi Sriharan
abi.sriharan@utoronto.ca
University of Toronto
Canada

Canada

I am based in Canada. I am open to collaborating on applied projects related to the health workforce.

Independent researcher in Canada

Health systems research

Public health

Public policy

Workplace health and safety

Health workforce

Health systems

Women in health care

Women in leadership

 

 

 

Ouedraogo
Président de l'association des jeunes altruistes du faso (A.J.A.F)
ouedraogoragnimboadams@gmail.com
Association des jeunes altruistes du faso
Yatenga
Burkina Faso
22672496200

Burkina Faso

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

Community Partner

 

Community health

Gender and health

HIV/AIDS

Maternal and child health

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Santé et droits humains

 

 

 

 

Offrir le minimum de soins aux personnes démunies et les informations qu'il faut pour le maintien ou l'amélioration de la santé
Professor Innocent A. Semali
innocent.semali@md.hkmu.ac.tz
Hubert Kairuki Memorial University
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania
2550754269838
United Republic of Tanzania Academic Institute

Community health

Data and health

Digital health

Environments and health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Health information systems

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Occupational disease

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Sexual and reproductive health

Dear All, I am a Professor in the Community Medicine Department at the Hubert Kairuki Memorial University (HKMU) located in Dar es Salaam Tanzania. We wish to start applying for the just advertised IDRC Women RISE research funds to implement research in Tanzania focused on COVID-19. We are searching for an Academic/Research institution based in Canada that would like to partner with HKMU to develop the required research proposal and subsequently jointly implement the research as a Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI). Please if you are interested kindly contact me through the provided email or telephone number and we will start working to develop the proposal.
With kindest regards
Prof. Innocent Semali
Dr. Abdunoor Mulokozi
amulokozi@ihi.or.tz
Ifakara Health Institute
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania
255 783126585
Tanzania, Benin, Canada, Kenya, Ghana and Mozambique

Health professional

NGO

Research Institute

Research Professional

Academician/trainer

Data and health

Digital health

Environments and health

Gender and health

Health economics

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Sexual and reproductive health

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

Vaccine rollout

Strategies that can help health system designing to ensure continuity of all essential health services during emergencies, including preventive services, infection control, chronic disease management, and reproductive, maternal, and child healthcare (SUCH AS THE USE OF COMMUNITY SCORE CARDS and WASH STRATEGIES)
Dr. Aneesa Moolla
amoolla@heroza.org
Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office (HE2RO)
Gauteng
South Africa
27 (0)10 001 7930
South Africa

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Community health

Data and health

Gender and health

Health economics

HIV/AIDS

Mental health and addiction

Maternal and child health

Public health

Hello, we are proposing a project that aims to 1) conduct a rapid situational analysis and needs assessment to understand the effects of COVID-induced changes to the economic landscape on labor market prospects for women living in South Africa, to understand the economic stakeholder needs for the labour market, and to understand the characteristics and lived experiences of women experiencing unemployment or underemployment due to COVID-19 induced labor market changes, including impacts on women’s health, mental health, and overall well-being; 2) conduct a discrete choice experiment to understand the skills needs and support preferences of women seeking employment in the current environment; and 3) to develop and pilot a sustainable skills development program to develop appropriate and relevant job skills among women seeking employment, improve women’s self efficacy for engagement in income generating activities, and improve women’s general employability. Methods involved will include stakeholder interviews and focus groups, quantitative surveys, discrete choice analysis, and a mixed-methods pre-post program evaluation. Our team has expertise in community research; qualitative and quantitative methodology including formative assessments, discrete choice experiments, and program development and evaluation; medicine; psychology; and interdisciplinary organization and government partnerships. We are seeking a Canadian collaborator whose expertise is in economics, business, psychology/social health, or a related field. Thank you!
Dr. Dechassa Tegegne Mekonta
dachassat@yahoo.com
Jimma University
Oromia
Ethiopia
251933616465
Ethiopia

Independent researcher in Canada

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

International organization

NGO

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Think Tank

Knowledge User

Research Professional

Community health

Data and health

Environments and health

Gender and health

Health systems research

Indigenous health

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Occupational disease

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

One Health

I am animal Health expert and one health expert. I am in Jimma University working on OH , AMR , Zoonotic infectious diseases. I am currently working on AMR and Gender in Utopian , Matriarchy and Patriarchy communities in order to explore socially constructed factors interconnection with Antimicrobial resistance and use ( AMR , AMU), as well interconnection with infectious diseases.
Adebayo Tajudeen Sanni
sadebayo@kab.ac.ug
Kabale University
Kabale
Uganda
256784534402
Uganda, Nigeria and Rwanda

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

International organization

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Community health

Data and health

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Mental health and addiction

Social protection

Health Education and Social Welfare

As a professional at Kabale University, Uganda, we shall welcome a partner from any research and academic institute in Canada. A professional can jointly design a proposal on women empowerment research, basic and applied. The area includes gender and health, social protection, gender equality, social welfare, community health, psycho-social support, HIV/AIDS, inequality and poverty. Moreso, covid-19 research.
Dr. Jackline Aridi
Jackline.Aridi@strathmore.edu
Strathmore University
Kenya
254715961081
Kenya Academic Institute

Community health

Data and health

Gender and health

Health economics

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

Maternal and child health

Public health

University/Academic institution partners
Dominic M. Kambarage
Professor of large animal medicine, public health and one health kambaragedominic@gmail.com
Sokoine University of Agriculture
Morogoro
Tanzania
255 784 502101
Tanzania

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

Infectious diseases

Occupational disease

Public health

Our research is aimed to determine the dynamics of zoonotic diseases in women in Maasai communities who milk animals and look after the animals: with special reference to occupational health linked to brucellosis and tuberculosis. The project proposal is lined up to adopt one health approaches in disease detection, reporting and mitigation

We would like to work with partners with expertise and interest in public health and one health approaches in addressing community-level health risk events
Dr. Ana Maria Arias Uriona
aarias.u@ucb.edu.bo
Universidad Católica Boliviana
La Paz
Bolivia
Tel: 59173716550
Bolivia

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

Research Institute

Research Professional

Community health

Gender and health

Housing

Indigenous health

Labour

Mental health and addiction

Public health

Refugees and displaced populations

Social sciences and humanities

Workplace health and safety

Social Determinants of Health, Health inequalities Intersectionality and Health Working conditions Social Epidemiology Mental Health

I am a social epidemiologist interested in studying the social determinants of health and social exclusion related factors (including housing, working conditions, paid and no paid work) in their mediation role between intersectionality and physical/mental health; using both innovative quantitative methods (to measure intersectionality) and qualitative methods. The research group I work with is looking for a partner in Canada.

Theresia Karuhanga
drkaruhangat@gmail.com
Saint Francis University College of Health and Allied Sciences (SFUCHAS)
Morogoro
Tanzania
Tel: 0628970350
Tanzania

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

Academic Institute

Data and health

Environments and health

Ethics

Infectious diseases

Workplace health and safety

P.O.Box 175 We are Saint Francis University College of Health and Allied Science from Tanzania. We are looking for a partner based in Canada to participate in our project as the Co-Investigator. Our project will focus on Tanzanian district health workers women (rural health centers); prevalence of Hepatitis B&c infection among the female nurses, its impact to the COVID 19 pandemic infection, medical Ethical influence, Workplace health and safety policy
Présidente Banawela Nkoy Judith
judith2020banawela@gmail.com
ONG ADFLC
Tshuapa
Republique Democratique du Congo
Tel: 243 851 813 128
Facebook: ONG ADFLC
Republique Democratique du Congo

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

NGO

Knowledge User

Research Professional

Community Partner

Community health

Data and health

Digital health

Environments and health

Gender and health

HIV/AIDS

Indigenous health

Maternal and child health

Pandemic preparedness

Notre organisation milite pour la promotion des droits et des connaissances des femmes (tenir compte de leurs savoir endogènes) dans le cadre de cette initiative " femmes s'élèvent " nous voulons faire des recherches sur le savoir endogène des femmes rurales en RDC, en rapport avec la santé, nous avions constatés que les femmes rurales possèdent des remèdes traditionnelles très efficaces, qui ne sont pas exploitées, pour ce faire, nous comptons faire des recherches sur leurs techniques de prises en charge traditionnelle et faire la promotion et une étude comparé avec la médecine moderne.

nous cherchons un partenaire chercheur au niveau du Canada qui va nous aider à réaliser scientifiquement nos recherches.
Laura Conde-Ferráez, PhD
laura.conde@correo.uady.mx
Universidad Autónoma de Yucatan
Yucatan
Mexico
Mexico

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Data and health

Gender and health

HIV/AIDS

Indigenous health

Infectious diseases

Public health

Sexual and reproductive health

We are a multidisciplinary group with researchers and academics from the biomedical and social medicine areas, and partners from public health services in Yucatan (Mexico).

We are looking for a Canadian partner to participate as Co-PI who is willing to share his/her experience in public health data analysis and interpretation, gender-transformative projects implementation and to support the research team's capacity building.
Silvia Patricia Zuniga Veliz
sarscov2guatemala@gmail.com
BioBox Guatemala
Sweden
Tel: 46 708384400
Guatemala

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

NGO

Research Professional

Community Partner

Community health

Data and health

Digital health

Environments and health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Health economics

Health information systems

HIV/AIDS

Indigenous health

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Occupational disease

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Our projects and services are: Health, environmental, and sustainable energy research projects Development of innovation projects in education and technology for the use of communities with low economic resources
Joannah Davis
jdavis@frontlineaids.org
Frontline AIDS
United Kingdom and South Africa
Botswana, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia, Zimbabwe

NGO

Community health

Gender and health

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Pandemic preparedness

Sexual and reproductive health

Frontline AIDS is a partnership of 63 civil society partners spanning more than 100 countries. We can host implementation research within our large portfolio of programmes. We are interested in including the most marginalised women in the Women RISE research. We can act as a third party bringing expertise in community health systems and the impact of COVID on HIV. We can also connect research institutions to our civil society partners in 20 of the eligible countries for this call. We are looking to collaborate with research institutes in Canada and LMIC.
Dr. Terusha Chetty
Terusha.Chetty@mrc.ac.za
HIV and other Infectious Diseases Research Unit, South African Medical Research Council
Kwa Zulu Natal province
South Africa
South Africa

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Community health

Data and health

Gender and health

Governance and health

Health economics

Health services and policy research

HIV/AIDS

Labour

Public health

Sexually transmitted infections

The overall aim of our study is to assess the barriers and facilitators that women in Kwa Zulu Natal Province, South Africa, face to manage COVID-19 at an individual, social and community level in terms of access to health services and managing their livelihood. In addition, the team will explore responses of HIV infected women to the pandemic and how it affected their access to treatment. We will conduct a mixed-methods study. Data from the qualitative interviews with women will inform the development of the survey, which will be administered to women in the catchment areas of our HIV clinical research sites. The survey results and subsequent focus group discussions will be used to recommend intervention programmes that will improve women’s economic empowerment and health in a COVID-19 recovery phase.
Daniela Figueroa
Grant writer
dfigueroa@co.acfspain.org
Action Against Hunger- Colombia
Bogotá
Colombia
Tel: 3136137024
Colombia

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

International organization

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Think Tank

Regional or Local Government

Community health

Data and health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Indigenous health

Maternal and child health

Public health

Refugees and displaced populations

Action against Hunger Colombia is an International Non-governmental organization, with broad experience in humanitarian assistance, development, and peacebuilding projects, our sectors of expertise are Health and nutrition, Wash, Food security and livelihood, protection, and gender. We are looking for a research-oriented organization to jointly develop research on the impact of Covid 19 in women located in La Guajira. We have a currently project in La Guajira where SMART Surveys are being delivered and we do have an international academic partner. Action against Hunger Colombia is an International Non-governmental organization, with broad experience in humanitarian assistance, development, and peacebuilding projects, our sectors of expertise are Health and nutrition, Wash, Food security and livelihood, protection, and gender. We are looking for a research-oriented organization to jointly develop research on the impact of Covid 19 in women located in La Guajira. We have a currently project in La Guajira where SMART Surveys are being delivered and we do have an international academic partner.

research-oriented organizations such as universities, local organizations, international organizations with investigation purposes, etc.
Rafia
Rafique
rafia.appsy@pu.edu.pk
UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB PAKISTAN
PUNJAB
PAKISTAN
Tel: 92423004215694
PAKISTAN

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Academic Institute

Mental health and addiction

Workplace health and safety

Mental health and Occupational Wellbeing

Need a Canadian Co-Applicant Organization must: Be a Canadian postsecondary institution and/or its affiliated institutions (including hospitals, research institutes and other non-profit organizations with a mandate for health research and/or knowledge translation) or an Indigenous non-governmental organization in Canada with research and/or knowledge translation mandate. Have a legal corporate registration in Canada, be capable of contracting in its own right and name and will be responsible for managing grant funds issued in Canada. I AM INTERESTED IN WORKING ON MENTAL HEALTH AND OCCUPATIONAL WELLBEING OF WOMEN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS
Elizabeth Kaase-Bwanga
Associate proffesor
bwangae@gmail.com
Busitema University, Uganda
Uganda
Tel: 256 0772480082; +25675820222
Uganda

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Governance and health

Health economics

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

Labour

Maternal and child health

Pandemic preparedness

Public policy

Sexual and reproductive health

Social protection

Social sciences and humanities

Workplace health and safety

1. Gender and energy economics; 2. Monitoring and evaluation of public programmes; 3. Gender monitoring and evaluation; 4. Gender and leadership research; 5. Gender budgeting in public projects; 6. Gender and social economic analysis; 7 Gender and economic analysis;

I am an economist and would need someone with skills in public health and related disciplines
Jean-Batard Samuel
Responsable de Programme /ICODEH HAITI
icodehhaiti@gmail.com
l'Alliance internationale francophone pour l'égalité et les diversités ,ILGALAC francophone ,Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy ,CIVICUS World Alliance, Anti-Racist Coopérations
DELMAS
HAITI
Tel: 509 34510353
HAITI

NGO

Community health

Data and health

Environments and health

Gender and health

Governance and health

Health economics

Health information systems

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Housing

Infectious diseases

Legal aspects of health

Mental health and addiction

Maternal and child health

Occupational disease

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Social protection

Social sciences and humanities

Workplace health and safety

La promotion de l’égalité, de la justice sociale et du respect de la dignité humaine en facilitant leur intégration et en dynamisant la solidarité humaine en Haïti. Depuis des années ICODEH'' se donne pour mission de fait des impacts auprès de la population haïtienne , soit avec des partenaire local ou international pour une autre impact vers le bien- être Social

Nous avons pas encore de partenaires recherchés, mais nous sommes disponible pour toutes demande pour le bien-être Social, car notre mission est de faire une autre impact sur la vie et le bien-être Social
Msc Claudia Mejía Morales
cmejiamorales@hotmail.com; claudia.mejia@cidvid.com.mx
CidVID Investigación Biomédica
Zapopan/Jalisco
México
  1. México/Jalisco
  2. We are looking for a Independent Researcher in Canada

Independent researcher in Canada

Health professional

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Community health

Data and health

Gender and health

Infectious diseases

Public health

Our research group at CidVID is looking for a Canadian Independent Researcher (Co-PI), who is part of any academic or research institute in Canada. The research topic to be developed corresponds to epidemiological studies, specifically research on infectious diseases. We are interested in identifying the gender gap from the study of infectious diseases, with the support of authorities from different levels of government and professors from Mexican universities so that our proposal transcends the country's policies. CidVID is a company that develops biomedical research located in Jalisco, Mexico; We have a multidisciplinary research team that involves doctors and masters of science in different specialty areas such as health, biology, chemistry, statistics, among others. We currently have a research proposal that involves more than 30,000 patients.
Sijal Aziz
sijal.ext@weldo.org
Not for profit organisation
Punjab
Rawalpindi
Women Empowerment Literacy and Development Organisation (WELDO) is based in Pakistan and is looking for research partners in Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh. We are also looking for a partner institution in Canada. We are interested in second component of "Public Health Research". We will be preparing the concept note but are also willing to join other organisations if they are taking part in this important research.

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

NGO

Knowledge User

Research Professional

Community Partner

Community health

Data and health

Digital health

Environments and health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Governance and health

Health economics

Health information systems

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Public policy

We are looking for Research teams from Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka and partner institutions from Canada. Please feel free to contact us.
Enseignante chercheuse Belmouss
belmouss.khadija@yahoo.fr
Faculté des sciences juridiques économiques et sociales Maroc
Fes-Meknes
Maroc
Tel: 0661261680
Maroc

Academic Institute

Maternal and child health

Social sciences and humanities

Workplace health and safety

Intéressée par un partenariat avec un acteur au canada pour une recherche sur les conditions de vie et travail des femmes (mamans) malades ,pauvres et marginalisées AU Maroc surtout pendant et après covid 19. Le but est d'assurer leur autonomie financière et leur bien être économique et social et celui de leurs enfants.

Le partenaire recherché est :
  • Soit un chercheur indépendant basé au Canada et affilié à un établissement postsecondaire canadien et/ à ses établissements affiliés (y compris les hôpitaux,les instituts de recherche et autres organismes sans but lucratif ayant un mandat de recherche en santé et/ou d'application des connaissances. Répond aux différentes conditions exigées par l'initiative "les femmes s’élèvent".
  • Soit une personnalité affiliée à une organisation gouvernementale autochtone au Canada ayant un mandat de recherche et /ou d'application des connaissances.
Professeur d'Université Rabeharisoa
rabeharisoa.lilia@gmail.com
Comité Malgache d'Ethique des Sciences et des Technologie
Antananarivo
Madagascar
Tel: 00261331131094 ou 00261341827528
Madagascar

Independent researcher in Canada

NGO

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Knowledge User

Research Professional

Community Partner

Regional or Local Government

Nous sommes en train de chercher un(e) chercheur (se) indépendant(e) du Canada pour codiriger le projet que nous sommes en train de préparer

Community health

Environments and health

Ethics

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Infectious diseases

Labour

Maternal and child health

Social protection

La sécurité alimentaire et la qualité des aliments sont en deçà des normes qualitatives à Madagascar. La pauvreté et le manque d’investissement dans l’agriculture ont réduit la fertilité des sols, ce qui a entraîné un rendement erratique et faible des cultures avec une faible valeur nutritionnelle. Ainsi y-a-t-il un réel besoin d’assurer un niveau soutenu d’un système agricole suffisamment productif et diversifié pour la population malgache, particulièrement en cette période post pandémie Covid 19. Les actions sur la sécurité alimentaire sont indissociables des actions sur la prévention des maladies infectieuses. Cette demande reflète ainsi l’accent mis sur les objectifs du millénaire pour le développement. Les légumineuses offrent différents services bénéfiques dans l'écosystème. L’intégration des légumineuses dans l’alimentation offre différents services écosystémiques : non seulement en tant que plantes fixatrices d'azote à haute teneur en protéines et en minéraux, mais aussi comme plante de couverture pour limiter l'érosion des sols. Madagascar est le berceau de la biodiversité et abrite une grande variété de légumineuses comestibles utilisées dans l'agriculture traditionnelle. Ce projet vise à tester, développer et diffuser des systèmes agricoles qui conduisent à une plus grande sécurité et qualité alimentaires en mettant en œuvre l’important rôle de la femme dans le choix des plats de légumineuses. La question de recherche vérifiable est que l'utilisation croissante des légumineuses avec une biodiversité croissante et avec de petits investissements dans les engrais produira plus d'aliments sains par rapport aux systèmes agricoles conventionnels à faible teneur en légumineuses et à faibles intrants. Cette question de recherche utilisera des mesures de l’apport alimentaire en protéines, zinc et fer pour la population rurale à travers différents systèmes agricoles. Il combinera (1) de nouvelles informations sur la capacité de la biodiversité des légumineuses de Madagascar à améliorer la sécurité alimentaire et (2) l'extension des essais en milieu réel sur la performance supérieure des systèmes de culture soja/riz par rapport aux systèmes conventionnels sans légumineuses tels que les rations courantes de riz/maïs/manioc. La première partie s'appuiera sur l'inventaire de la biodiversité actuelle des légumineuses comestibles et non comestibles dans les systèmes agricoles de Madagascar en tenant compte de leur rôle dans la nutrition humaine et dans l'agronomie (lutte contre l'érosion/impact sur les maladies). Il utilisera des questionnaires et de nouvelles mesures de l'apport alimentaire en nutriments, en portant une attention particulière aux facteurs antinutritionnels potentiellement présents dans les légumineuses exotiques. La deuxième partie sera basée sur l'extension des essais en milieu réel de la rotation riz/soja pour lesquels nous avons précédemment montré des augmentations de rendement fabuleuses à de faibles doses d'engrais phosphaté, l'élément nutritif limitant. Il sera fait référence au manioc/maïs/riz à faibles intrants. Pour la première fois, nous allons comparer les apports alimentaires en nutriments des agriculteurs de ces systèmes en mettant en exergue l’important rôle des femmes et des jeunes. Le résultat attendu apportera de nouvelles informations et connaissances sur le rôle des légumineuses dans la sécurité alimentaire et une diffusion de ces connaissances aux agricultrices et agriculteurs. Mots clés : sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle, légumineuses comestibles, agricultrice, agriculteur

Andrés García-Suaza
andres.garcia@urosario.edu.co
Universidad del Rosario
Colombia
Colombia

Research Institute

Data and health

Gender and health

Health economics

Housing

Labour

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

The Universidad del Rosario is promoting a scientific ecosystem around the issue of equity in Colombia, names UR Equity project. This project currently develops a research agenda that analyzes dimensions such as labor market and gender, migration and assimilation, inequality in older adults, among others. For the purposes of this call, we would like to develop a project on the relationship between gender, the economy of care and health.

Regional Coordinator Navya DSouza
navya.dsouza@hnsa.org.in
HomeNet South Asia
India
South Asia

NGO

Regional Network

Data and health

Gender and health

Labour

Unpaid care work, childcare

Through its widespread network of organisations of women HBWs, HomeNet South Asia is strongly rooted in their daily struggles particularly those related to work both paid and unpaid. It has endeavoured to continually generate evidence through its past and current research work on the status, challenges and possible solutions for women HBWs on this issue (eg: Impact of COVID-19 studies, Impact of Climate change, Childcare and its increasing burden on women, and more). It looks forward to working with a partner with core expertise and interest in action research on women’s health in the developing world, in particular in, South Asia. Inputs should include contributions to design of the action research project to test suitable strategies in strengthening women’s health for improved work ability, identifying suitable health indicators to monitor for the purpose, contribute to design of mid-term assessment strategy especially for health related indicators, and partner with HNSA throughout the research period as a specialised agency on women’s health.
Dr Kunda
jkundas@yahoo.com
National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR)
Tanzania
Tel: 786928092
Tanzania, East Africa region

Health professional

Research Institute

Research Professional

National Government

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Infectious diseases

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

We are looking for partners from Canada to engage in research projects write-up in Tanzania in the areas of women, gender issues, stigma,participation in planning and decision making, preparedness and response and infectious diseases
Dr Denis Foretia
DForetia@foretiafoundation.org
Nkafu Policy Institute
Center Region
Cameroon
Cameroon

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

Research Institute

Think Tank

Research Professional

Community health

Governance and health

Health economics

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

Infectious diseases

Mental health and addiction

Maternal and child health

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Social protection

Social sciences and humanities

Global Surgery

 
Maha Ismail
m.ismail@cdbenchmark.com
Cairo Center for Development Benchmarking (CDB)
Egypt
Egypt

Research Institute

Research Professional

Monitoring and Evaluation Center

Community health

Data and health

Environments and health

Gender and health

Health economics

Labour

Pandemic preparedness

Public policy

Social sciences and humanities

Workplace health and safety

Cairo Center for Development Benchmarking is seeking an independent researcher to take the role of Canada-based Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) as well as an institution based in Canada.
Dean of the Faculty of Education and Coordinator of Postgraduate Program Donata Uwimanimpaye
mpayedon16@gmail.com
Catholic University of Rwanda
Butare
Rwanda
Tel: 250783630377
Rwanda Country

Independent researcher in Canada

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

International organization

NGO

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Community Partner

Community health

Ethics

Gender and health

Health economics

Health information systems

Health services and policy research

Health systems research

Labour

Mental health and addiction

Maternal and child health

Public health

Public policy

Sexual and reproductive health

Social protection

Social sciences and humanities

Impact of Covid-19 Policies on paid and unpaid women. Gender-based Sexual Violence and Female Sexual Education. Involvement/use of Information System in Research.

Partner: The Canadian Co-Applicant Organization must: Be a Canadian post-secondary institution and/or its affiliated institutions (including hospitals, research institutes and other non-profit organizations with a mandate for health research and/or knowledge translation) or an Indigenous non-governmental organization in Canada with research and/or knowledge translation mandate. Focus of proposed research: Situation of Health and Economy of Paid and Unpaid Women as consequences of Covid-19 policies in Rwanda.
Grace Alawa
grace.alawa1@ust.edu.ng
Sustainable Actions for Nature
Rivers
Nigeria
Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya

Independent researcher in Canada

Health professional

International organization

NGO

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Community health

Data and health

Digital health

Environments and health

Gender and health

Health economics

Health systems research

HIV/AIDS

Indigenous health

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Public health

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Workplace health and safety

Prof Heinrich Bohlmann
heinrich.bohlmann@up.ac.za
Partnership for Economic Policy
Global South
South Africa & Kenya
LMIC, Global South

International organization

NGO

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Think Tank

Environments and health

Gender and health

Governance and health

Health services and policy research

Labour

Public policy

Social protection

Social sciences and humanities

Anna Levinsson, PhD
anna.levinsson@ki.se
Clinical Epidemiology, Karolinska Institutet / Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre
Stockholm / Quebec
Sweden / Canada
Tel: 46701751724
Sweden & Canada

Independent researcher in Canada

Independent researcher in Sweden

Community health

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Mental health and addiction

Public health

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

Nahla Abdel Tawab
Country Director
ntawab@popcouncil.org
Population Council/Egypt
Egypt
Tel: 20 100 178 9975
Egypt

International organization

Digital health

Gender and health

Sexual and reproductive health

Workplace health and safety

Population Council / Egypt and El Zanaty Associates are partnering are seeking a Canada based research institution with experience in testing digital health solutions in low income settings.
Shahtaj Mahmud
shahtaj.mahmud@ipag.org
The Institute for Policy, Advocacy, and Governance (IPAG)
Bangladesh
Tel: 8801672639648
Bangladesh

NGO

Think Tank

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Infectious diseases

Pandemic preparedness

In partnership with iDESHI, a health institution based in Bangladesh focused on research and capacity building, we have already come up with a research idea on epidemiological studies - describe and analyze patterns of diseases or health among women and consider different population and occupational factors.

We are looking for a Canadian Co-Applicant Organization
Dr. Awa GNEME
gplouise@yahoo.fr Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo Tel: 22670353611
Burkina Faso

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Environments and health

Infectious diseases

Public health

Mosquito borne diseases, onehealth, NTDs, geohelminthes, Walter borne diseases

Dr Prasanthi Ilankoon
prasanthi@sjp.ac.lk
Senior Lecturer, Dept of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, University of Sri Jayewardenepura
western province
Sri Lanka Tel: 94774986623
Sri Lanka

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Academic Institute

Community health

Health services and policy research

Infectious diseases

Mental health and addiction

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Sexual and reproductive health

Workplace health and safety

Women's health

We are working on a research study on "General health, physical activity and prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors of working and non-working women during the COVID-19 pandemic". We are seeking a Canadian Co-applicant for our research who is an independent researcher (Canadian based) affiliated with a Canadian post-secondary institution and/or its affiliated institutions (including hospitals, research institutes and other non-profit organizations with a mandate for health research and/or knowledge translation. If someone is interested, please send me an email prasanthi@sjp.ac.lk.
Dr. Nubwa Medugu
Nubwa.medugu@gmail.com and Nubwa.medugu@ifain.org
National Hospital Abuja and IFAIN
Nigeria
Nigeria and Rwanda

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

NGO Research Institute

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Gender and health

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Interest and expertise in infectious diseases especially affecting women and children

 
Msc Julieta Méndez
julieta_mendez92@hotmail.com
Universidad Nacional de Caaguazú
Latin America
Paraguay
Tel: 595985300046
Paraguay

Independent researcher in Canada

Community health

Data and health

Gender and health

HIV/AIDS

Indigenous health

Infectious diseases

Public health

We are looking for a canadian co principal investigator for our proposal.
Dr. Faith Onditi
faithissy@gmail.com Institute of Primate Research (IPR) Nairobi Kenya Tel: 254722993666
Kenya

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Research Institute

Research Professional

Community health

Environments and health

Ethics

Gender and health

Infectious diseases

Mental health and addiction

Maternal and child health

Sexual and reproductive health

Happy to collaborate with individuals/ partners/teams who would be interested in the following:
  1. Surveillance on the impact of COVID-19 on economic activities and job opportunities for Women in selected counties in Kenya
  2. Surveillance and pilot study on the impact of COVID 19 on mental health in Women working in selected government and non-governmental institutions in Kenya
  3. Drug and vaccine studies in malaria especially malaria during pregnancy
  4. Development of biosensors and cell free systems for diagnosis of infectious diseased
Coordonateur Pek Koukou
leonpekekoukou@gmail.com
ONG natioanle
Bangassou
République centrafricaine
72269710
République centrafricaine

NGO

Community Partner

Community health

Data and health

Digital health

Environments and health

Ethics

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Governance and health

Health economics

Health information systems

Health services and policy research

Health systems research HIV/AIDS

Housing Indigenous health

Infectious diseases

Labour

Legal aspects of health

Mental health and addiction

Maternal and child health

Occupational disease

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Social protection

Social sciences and humanities

Workplace health and safety

Nous apportons des assistance humanitaire aux victimes de la crise militaro-politique

Nous somme a la recherche des partenaires pour nous appuyer dans les domaines d'assistance humanitaire aux femmes victimes de la crise militaro-politique en République centrafricaine pour leur autonomisation financière.
Dr. Mekonnen, Getachew Kabew
kabewgech@gmail.com
Assistant Professor and Researcher in College of Health and Medical Sciences in Haramaya University, Ethiopia Harari Regional State Ethiopia Tel: 251 967688186
Ethiopia

Independent researcher in Canada

International organization

Research Institute

National Government Regional or Local Government

Community health

Environments and health

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Infectious diseases

Maternal and child health

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Refugees and displaced populations

Social sciences and humanities

Epidemiology of communicable and non-communicable diseases

I welcome a Canadian post-secondary institution with a mandate for health research and/or knowledge translation or an Indigenous non-governmental organization in Canada with research and/or knowledge translation mandate. I am planning to conduct researches related to poverty driven health problems such as Health equity in the face of Civil war, Covid-19 and inadequate WASH: a triple burden in Ethiopia. Moreover, I want to acknowledge that the presence of multidisciplinary group of researchers in our college. Haramaya university has its own hospital "Hiwot Fana University Referral Hospital" that provide enabling situation for researchers.
PI Jane Alaii (PhD) fokello@yahoo.com AFRIBA Research Consortium Nairobi Kenya / Halifax, NS Canada Kenya / Canada Tel: 254723403111/+19022922119 Canada/Kenya

Independent researcher in Canada

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Research Institute

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Community health

Data and health

Digital health

Environments and health

Ethics

Evaluations in health

Gender and health

Governance and health

Health information systems

Health services and policy research

Health systems research HIV/AIDS

Indigenous health

Infectious diseases

Mental health and addiction

Maternal and child health

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Public policy

Refugees and displaced populations

Sexual and reproductive health

Social sciences and humanities

Canadian Partner needed as Co-PI. Should be willing to travel to Kenya
Mr. Yomilan Geneti ilaamee16@gmail.com Dire Dawa Dire Dawa Ethiopia Tel: 251928651326 Ethiopia

Independent researcher in a Low Middle Income Country (LMIC)

Health professional

Academic Institute

Research Professional

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Health systems research HIV/AIDS

Indigenous health

Infectious diseases

Labour

Maternal and child health

Occupational disease

Pandemic preparedness

Public health

Public policy

Workplace health and safety

Addis Abeba
Directeur Exécutif Freddy Bisetsa Muzanez
womenconcerndrc@gmail.com
Women Concern
Sud-Kivu
République Démocratique du Congo
République Démocratique du Congo et le Rwanda

NGO

Health services and policy research

HIV/AIDS

Sexual and reproductive health

Social protection

La palnification familiale et l'autonomisation de la femme

 
Guillermina Oviedo
guillermina.oviedo@gmail.com
Instituto de Estudios Sociales y Políticos de la Patagonia, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia
Chubut
Argentina
Ciudad de Comodoro Rivadavia, provincia de Chubut, país Argentina. Research Institute

Community health

Gender and health

Health services and policy research

Indigenous health

Social sciences and humanities

La propuesta de investigación se centra en considerar los procesos de salud-enfermedad-atención de la salud de las mujeres migrantes quechuas provenientes de Bolivia en la ciudad de Comodoro Rivadavia de la Patagonia Argentina. En trabajos previos, desde una mirada intercultural, hemos reconocido una serie de tensiones de estas mujeres con el sistema de salud atendiendo a los procesos de memoria y territorialización de las mismas en la ciudad receptora. De aquí es que nos interesamos en indagar cómo estas mujeres acuden a diferentes lógicas médicas para superar sus dolencias y las de sus familias. En este sentido consideramos que atender al pluralismo médico que ponen en práctica nos permitirá generar instancias productivas para el acceso a la salud de las mujeres migrantes andinas en Comodoro Rivadavia.
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