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Training

Provide training and mentorship to IDRC Administrators in order to build their capacity to efficiently and effectively manage grant awards


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Grants Management

Provide training and mentorship to IDRC Administrators in order to build their capacity to efficiently and effectively manage grant awards


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Administration Support

Provide training and mentorship to IDRC Administrators in order to build their capacity to efficiently and effectively manage grant awards


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WHAT WE DO

The project delivers training, mentorship and exposure in pre and post award grants management processes to research administrators in National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant recipient Institutions in Uganda, to equip them with the right skills and knowledge to effectively and efficiently manage NIH grants. Specifically

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Training and Mentorship

Provide training and mentorship to IDRC Administrators in order to build their capacity to efficiently and effectively manage grant

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Grants Management

Strengthen the IDRC Grants Management system through the introduction of a novel grants tracking system and resources

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Grants Administration

Establish a grants administration support center for Ugandan Research Administrators. Services of the grants administration support center

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WHO WE ARE

The G11 Research Administration Project (Strengthening the Research Administration Capacity at the Infectious Diseases Research Collaboration to improve oversight of grant awards) is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded capacity building project. The overall goal of the project is to strengthen Institutional capacity for grants acquisition and management. Institutional capacity includes the human resources, systems and standard operating procedures which are involved in grants acquisition and management. According to https://worldreport.nih.gov/app/#!, Uganda is one of the largest recipients of NIH funding in Africa some of which provides opportunities for capacity building,