We work to develop relevant resources in the field of IR for a wide range of audiences including decision-makers and researchers. Find out more about our newly launched Implementation Research in Health Guide which aims to boost implementation research capacity, particularly in LMICs.
The Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, in collaboration with UNICEF, is pleased to announce a call for implementation research focusing on maternal, newborn and child health. The Principal Investigator must be an individual from a low or middle income country directly or indirectly involved in the implementation of health interventions for maternal, newborn and child health. The proposed research should examine an implementation question that can be addressed through an existing health programme. Grants for research studies of 12 months will be of up to US dollars 100,000.
Our work bridges science and practice by using multiple approaches at the national, regional and global levels. These include capacity strengthening, developing tools to bring evidence into policy-making, and advocating for Implementation Research and evidence-informed policy making.
We’re working with partners in over 20 countries around the world to bring research into practice as a means of strengthening health systems and improving health. Our focus on countries with a high maternal and child death rate ensures that efforts to reduce morbidity and mortality and strengthen capacity are targeted to areas where they are needed most.