In the latest installment for Black History Month, Dr. Sam Kinyanjui, KWTRP, reflects on attracting African graduates to research through internships.
This collection of case studies highlights UK funded research capacity strengthening (RCS) programmes in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) that have had significant impact and demonstrate the value of coherence between UK funders. Impacts have been made at the individual, institutional and environmental/systems level in LMICs.
This includes strengthened research skills and research management systems, research productivity, new national/international collaborations and an enabling environment for research.
Together, these case studies highlight the value of funding RCS initiatives, including success factors and the vision for their future. This is a resource for UK funders, practitioners and senior decision-makers in RCS, to highlight key examples of impact and to inspire future programmes.
The case studies include: