Grant Recipients

38 Results

Council on Health Research For Development Usa Inc

Awarded: 6/7/2013

$100,000 over 1 year

To support COHRED's fair research contracting initiative. 

J F Kapnek Charitable Trust

Awarded: 4/12/2013

$100,000 over 16 months*

*Co-funded by the DDCF Child Abuse Prevention Program and African Health Initiative. To support early childhood development centers as an entry point of services for orphaned and vulnerable children.

National Academy of Sciences

Awarded: 1/29/2013

$50,000 over 10 months

To support a workshop on "Lessons Learned in the Conduct of Large Scale, Complex, Multi-National Global Helath Program Evaluations."

International Network for Cancer Treatment

Awarded: 1/29/2013

$100,000 over 1 year*

*Co-funded by the DDCF Medical Research Program and African Health Initiative. To support the African Cancer Registry Network (AFCRN)

Brigham Young University

Awarded: 11/27/2012

$49,680

To support health systems strengthening implementation planning.

University of Cape Town Fund, Inc

Awarded: 6/29/2012

$89,800 over 8 months

To support an exploratory phase of Understaing Implementation experiences in the DDCF African Health Initiative.

Grassroot Soccer Inc

Awarded: 6/6/2012

$60,000 over 1 year

To support the Male Circumcision Uptake Through Soccer (MCUTS) Trial.

Accordia Global Health Foundation

Awarded: 6/1/2012

$15,000 over 6 months

To support the 2012 African Centers of Excellence Summit.

Indepth Network

Awarded: 3/15/2012

$80,000 over 6 months*

*Co-funded by the DDCF Medical Research Program, Climate Change Initiative, and African Health Initiative.

African Center for Global Health and Social Transformation Inc

Awarded: 2/22/2012

$10,000 over 3 months

To support ACHEST staff and an advisory committee for research prior to the Global Healthy Systems Conference in Bellagio.

International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research USA

Awarded: 11/10/2011

$100,000 over 1 year*

*Co-funded by the DDCF Medical Research Program and African Health Initiative. To support the East African Registry Network (EARN), which is working to enhance cancer registration in East Africa.

J F Kapnek Charitable Trust

Awarded: 9/14/2011

$10,000 over 1 year

To support strengthening the quality of health systems in Zimbabwe.