These awardees have completed their initial projects, and will continue to conduct additional research for the Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition.
Research team from the University of Ottawa, Bruyere Research Institute, University of Medical Sciences, and University of Health and Allied Sciences
As part of the Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition’s research portfolio, a team from the University of Ottawa, Bruyere Research Institute, University of Medical Sciences, and University of Health and Allied
Case Study Awardees
These case studies delve into collaborative planning for campaign integration.
Health & Sustainable Development Foundation & Center of Excellence for Training and Research on Priority Diseases in Guinea (FOSAD/CEFORPAG)
“Improving the effectiveness of an integrated campaign against epidemics of meningitis A and measles through collaborative planning” conducted by Health & Sustainable Development Foundation & Center of Excellence for Training
“A Case Study on the Collaborative Campaign Planning (of Vitamin A Supplementation and Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis) in Nepal: Prospects and Challenges of Integration” conducted by Health, Education, Agriculture and Logistics
“Planning and Piloting an Integrated Disease Control Campaign in Uttar Pradesh” conducted by International Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) in India This study will address childhood vaccination inclusive of OPV/IPV,
“Implementation of a Primary Health Care Model Emphasizing Neglected Infectious Diseases in Caño Cubiyu de Vaupés” conducted by the School of Medicine of the University of the Andes in Colombia
These projects focus on implementation research (IR).
“Challenges and Opportunities of partial integration of ivermectin mass drug administration into Cameroonian primary health care system” conducted by Centre for Research on Filariasis and other Tropical Diseases in Cameroon
“Implementation Research in Health Campaign Effectiveness in Bangladesh: A Retrospective Study of Campaign Integration in Immunization” conducted by James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University in Bangladesh This