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WHO Regional Training Centre for Implementation Research at PHFI Awards Grants to Five Organizations PDF Print

PHFI, in its capacity as the WHO Regional Training Centre (RTC) for Implementation Research has awarded five research grants for decision-maker led implementation research. 53 proposals were received and 5 were selected in a process involving peer review and final adjudication by an expert panel. Research protocols were finalised in a training workshop.

The RTC is supported by the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (WHO) in collaboration with Special Program for Research and Training in Tropical Disease (TDR) and the Special Program for Research, Development, and Research Training in Human Reproduction (HRP).

Grant recipients Research project
All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), New Delh Assessment of implementation and barriers related to Weekly Iron Folic Acid Supplementation Programme (WIFS) for school based adolescents in National Capital Territory region
Indian Institute of Health Management and Research (IIHMR) Community Delivery Centres: A Drivers for Basic Emergency Obstetric Care among the Islanders of Indian Sundarbans
Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA) Pilot Implementation of the National Epilepsy programme in two diverse blocks of Uttarakhand
State Health System Resource Centre, Chhattisgarh Community-Case Management of Malaria by Mitanin Community Health Workers in Rural Chhattisgarh: Understanding its Implementation process, Facilitating Factors and Barriers in its Effectiveness and drawing Lessons on how to Overcome Barriers in Replication.
Thisutha Health and Rural Development Services Access and Utilization of JSSK Services: Identifying Best Practices & Innovation Through Positive Deviance Model
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