Scotland Chikwawa Health Initiative

Addressing healthy settings in Malawi

Recognition in UK Collaborative on Development Sciences Top 20 Impact Studies

The SCHI team were excited to see the launch of the UK Collaborative on Development Sciences Top 20 impact studies today, which features the work of the University of Strathclyde and University of Malawi teams over the last 10 years. The focus of the report is the continued study of diarrhoeal disease in under fives, and the work we have undertaken with the Ministry of Health to try to align policy frameworks and strategies for combatting diarrhoeal diseases. The work was selected from the 6,975 case studies submitted to the Research Excellence Framework 2014, and we are delighted to have the research and impact of the work in Malawi recognised on this platform. For access to both the report and full case study click here.

Note: UKCDS is a group of 14 UK government departments and research funders working in international development

3 comments on “Recognition in UK Collaborative on Development Sciences Top 20 Impact Studies

  1. Peter West
    September 23, 2015

    Tracy,

    This is just brilliant. Congratulations.

    Peter

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. Harley, Rosemary
    September 23, 2015

    Indeed, it’s marvellous. RM

  3. Nancy Chitera
    September 25, 2015

    Received, thanks Tracy

    Nancy Chitera PhD Associate Professor Vice Principal The University of Malawi – The Polytechnic P/Bag 303, Chichiri, Blantyre 3. Tel (office) : +265 (0) 1 871 676 Fax (office): +265 (0) 1 870 578 Cell: +265 (0) 999 896 128/ +265 (0) 888 896 128 skype name: nancychitera Other email: nchitera@yahoo.com

    We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit. Aristotle

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