NORHED-MAK FUNDED PROJECTS AT GLANCE NORHED - Norwegian
NORHED-MAK FUNDED PROJECTS AT GLANCE NORHED - Norwegian Programme for Capacity Building in Higher Education and Research for Development Makerere NORHED Competitiveness Largest number of NORHED projects won globally (13/46) granted globally
Involved in 13 projects, providing leadership in 9 Will jointly produce over 60 PhD graduates Over $30 million granted under the projects Will be implemented for 5 years MAK-NORHED Partnerships Hi-Train health informatics training and Research
in East Africa for Improved Health Care. Regional Capacity Building for Sustainable Natural Resource Management and Agricultural Improvement under Climate Change Partners
Water and Society (WaSo-Africa) - Institutional Capacity Building in Water Management and Climate Change Adaptation in the Nile Basin. WIMEA-ICT: Improving Weather Information Management in East Africa for effective service provision through the application of suitable ICTs
Improve the accuracy of and access to weather information in East Africa through ICTs for increased productivity and safety
Partners Building capacity for REDD+ in East Africa for improved ecosystem health and for sustainable livelihoods in Eastern Africa (UGA13/0019) Prof. John RS Tabuti (Principal Investigator) REDD+ is aimed at supporting activities to reduce CO2 emissions that are caused by deforestation and forest degradation
This project is a partnership between Makerere University (Mak), University of Dar es salaam (UDSM) and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) The project is being implemented at Mak and UDSM with the goal of Strengthening capacity for education and research on climate change and REDD+ at Mak and UDSM. The main outputs are: 1. Develop capacity for REDD+ implementation and coordination
2. Build an information system for REDD+ Building and Reflecting on Interdisciplinary PhD Studies for Higher Education Transformation Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Makerere University In Partnership with UiB Global, University of Bergen Survival - Pluss: Increasing capacity for mamababy survival in post-conflict Uganda and South Sudan under the theme of Health Leapfrogging 1st Generation Distance Education
into 4th and 5th Generation Distance Education: A Strategy for Enhancing ICT Pedagogical Integration and Increasing Access to Education in Africa Partner BORDERLAND DYNAMICS IN EAST AFRICA. A network program for capacity building within
departments of social anthropology in East African Universities. The Project shall be run in collaboration with the (1) Department of Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia, (2) Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Khartoum, Sudan, and (3) Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Makerere University, Other Partner Institution(s): Organisation for Social Science Research
in eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA), in the North: Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen and Chr. Michelsens Institute (CMI)) Train; PhD & Masters, conduct dissemination Capacity building in Zoonotic diseases Management using Integrated Ecosystems health and gender-focused approach
( CAPAZOMANITECO) at the humanlivestock wildlife interface in the Eastern and Southern Africa Partners BORDERLAND DYNAMICS IN EAST AFRICA. A network program for capacity building within departments of social anthropology in East African Universities.
The Project shall be run in collaboration with the (1) Department of Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia, (2) Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Khartoum, Sudan, and (3) Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Makerere University, Other Partner Institution(s): Organisation for Social Science Research in eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA), in the North: Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen and Chr. Michelsens
Institute (CMI)) Train; PhD & Masters, conduct dissemination Strengthening Media in Post-Conflict Societies through Education and Research: Bridging Gaps, Building Futures in Uganda, South Sudan, Nepal and Norway
Capacity Building for Training and Research in Aquatic and Environmental Health in Eastern and Southern Africa TRAHESA
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