Country: Nigeria

Nigeria: The Next Generation

This project in collaboration with the British Council and Nigerian organizations will address Nigeria’s demographic dividend and key aspects of the country’s social and political environment. Researchers will examine Nigeria’s prospects for economic growth in relation to its ability to…

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Determinants of Drug Resistant Malaria in Nigeria

Malaria is Africa’s largest and most persistent public health problem. More than 1 to 2 million African children under the age of 5 die of malaria every year, including 300,000 who are Nigerian. The rapid spread of a strain of…

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International Training in AIDS-Related Epidemiology

Faculty associated with the university-wide Harvard AIDS Institute (HAI) and especially the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) have developed strong programs for AIDS research training in collaboration with 6 developing countries: Senegal, Tanzania, Botswana, Thailand, Nigeria, and China. The…

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AIDS Prevention in Nigeria

The Nigerian AIDS Prevention Initiative is a program of collaboration, field research, and training focused on preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. The initiative has two central objectives: 1) To collaborate with Nigerian colleagues at national, state, and community…

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