The relevance of health research for society is increasingly becoming an issue. Governments, funding agencies and civil society demand from researchers more accountability and more direct inputs into health policy development.
Eight projects, eight countries, three continents. They work hard on Public Health. They do scientific research. The inform politicians. Making new laws, for the citizens, to build better societies, more inclusive, healthier, and more democratic. With the support of European Union.
In the Support to Public Health Institutes Programme (SPHIP), Institutes from different countries of the South help each other with knowledge, technical assistance and lessons learned to strengthen Universal Health Coverage.