The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) is ranked the top health research institution in Africa in terms of health research output, according to the authoritative global information analytics giant, Scimago Lab.
As part of capacity building program activities in the EACCR2 network, the data management workshop was held on the 28th to 31st of August 2019 in Kisumu, Kenya. The workshop was hosted by the Kenya Medical Research Institute, Centre for Global Health Research (KEMRI, CGHR) based in Kisumu and delivered by Bryan Nyawanda, Sammy Khagayi and Marion Sumari-de Boer.
EDCTP commissioned an independent evaluation to assess EDCTP Regional Networks’ (NoEs) performance and impact. The EACCR2 is one of the four NoEs, and was evaluated between the 14th and 16th August 2019. The objective of the Mid-term review was to assess the status of the project performance so far, including progress towards agreed deliverables, project management and the likelihood of successful completion.