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The primary objective of the GLOBVAC programme is to support high-quality research with potential for high impact that can contribute to sustainable improvements in health and health equity for poor people in low- and lower-middle income countries (LMIC).

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  • EU and CEPI calls for proposals

    There are two relevant calls for researchers on global health with deadlines in October. One is support for development of proposals for EU funding, the other is a CEPI call for vaccine platform technologies.

  • NORDFORSK

    Call for PhD courses in register-based research on Health and Welfare

    The NORDFORSK-call is to support Nordic Graduate Education Courses within register-based research.

  • Can incomplete abortion be treated more safely and less expensively?

    Incomplete abortion is one of the main causes of obstetric complications in Malawi. Surgical management with curettage is the most common treatment, despite WHO’s recommendation to use manual vacuum aspiration (MVA). Researchers are looking to see whether training health personnel in MVA can increase the use of this method.

  • GLOBVAC- Cuts in original funding plans

    Friday's press release from the government about additional funding to GLOBVAC for NOK 35 million per year for three years, in total NOK 105 million, is a follow up of Norad's advice to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Calendar

  • 26.10.17 - 26.10.17

    Global health research opportunities in H2020

    GLOBVAC and Centre for Global Health, University of Oslo, invite you to a seminar presenting upcoming calls for global health researchers. Join the seminar and learn all about global health in H2020.

  • 30.10.17 - 30.10.17

    Global health research opportunities in H2020

    GLOBVAC and Centre for International Health, University of Bergen, invite you to a seminar presenting upcoming calls for global health researchers. Join the seminar and learn all about global health in H2020.