UBC – University of British Columbia, Canada
UBC is part of the PRECISE Network and lead in management of all the data collected from PRECISE sites i.e. The Gambia, Kenya and Mozambique
KCL – King’s College London, UK (https://www.kcl.ac.uk/
PALs partners with KCL through PRECISE Network. The PRECISE Network is hosted at Kings College London in the Department of Women and Children’s Health; The Department provides a multidisciplinary approach to tackling the origins, treatment and prevention of many of the health issues specifically pertinent to women, whether it be during their reproductive years or later in life.
UZ – University of Zimbabwe (https://www.uz.ac.zw/
Partners with UZ through collaborative studies through RoadMApp project
AREF – Africa Research Excellence Fund(http://www.africaresearchexcellencefund.org.uk/)
AREF aims to improve the quality and impact of health research in Africa by nurturing African-led research in and for the region. They offer training to senior management
AAS – African Academy of Science(https://www.aasciences.africa/)
The African Academy of Sciences (The AAS) is a non-aligned, non-political, not-for-profit pan African organisation whose vision is to see transformed lives on the African continent through science.
AAS’ tripartite mandate is recognising excellence through highly prestigious fellowship and award schemes, providing advisory and think tank functions for shaping Africa’s Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) strategies and policies and implementing key Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) programmes addressing Africa’s developmental challenges. The founder and