Emerging data from Africa indicates remarkably low numbers of reported COVID-19 deaths despite high levels of disease transmission. However, evolution of these trends as the pandemic progresses remains unknown. More certain are the devastating long-term impacts of the pandemic on health and development evident globally. Research tailored to the unique needs of African countries is crucial.
Article, Policy brief
To make best use of the expansive data in the COVID-19 Research Project Tracker, UKCDR & GloPID-R have produced a Living Mapping Review of COVID-19 funded research projects, which analyses globally funded COVID-19 related research.
Booklet showcasing some of the outstanding contributions which research is making to delivering impacts in the context of the COP26 priorities.
Invitation to tender
Attendees: Prof Melissa Leach (alternate Chair), Director, Institute of Development Studies (Independent); Prof Charlotte Watts, Chief Scientific Adviser, DFID; Prof Chris...
Booklet of a series of eleven success stories demonstrating the global impact of UK research
A set of principles to align research funders towards a coordinated effort for supporting high-quality research for the most pressing global needs in epidemics and pandemics.
This webinar, targeted at the international development research community, aims to raise awareness of the new guidance increase understanding of the definition of safeguarding in the context of international development research and highlight how the research community can use it.