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University of Rwanda

Below is a listing of projects conducted in partnership with the University of Rwanda (UR):

University Technical Assistance Projects in Support of the Global AIDS Program-Rwanda Supplement (UTAP)

Tulane University’s Payson Center provides capacity building and technical assistance in HIV & AIDS-related

  1. strategic and operational planning,
  2. national and project-level monitoring & evaluation,
  3. ICT/GIS,
  4. research and management to CDC (Atlanta and Rwanda) as well as Rwanda’s national institutions: CNLS, TRAC, NUR-SPH.

We also designed and established the Rwanda’s national: HIV & AIDS digital library (RNHDL) and HIV & AIDS Public Interest Fellowship (RHPIF).

Start Date: 
2003

Linking Complex Emergency Response and Transition Initiative (CERTI) Rwanda Mission

The Complex Emergency Response and Transition Initiative (CERTI) is an interagency initiative funded in part by USAID. This initiative addresses the challenges of programming international assistance to achieve health security within the context of increasingly frequent and severe conflict-related crises (complex emergencies) in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

Start Date: 
1999

Improving Public Health Capacity through Integrated Training of Health Professionals in the Republic of Rwanda under PEPFAR  

The project goals are to:

1. strengthen capacity of Rwanda institutions in the health sciences sector responsible for developing Rwanda’s health workforce; and

Start Date: 
2008

Support to the National University of Rwanda (NUR) School of Public Health

Tulane’s Payson Center is strengthening public health leadership and district health management capacity in Rwanda, especially focusing on the critical problems of HIV, malaria, child survival, and FP/RH through a collaborative partnership with the National University of Rwanda School of Public Health.

Start Date: 
2005
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