The Ugandan Academy collaborates with over 20 national and local non-governmental organisations. To ensure sustainability, the desire from the funders, the Board and IDI is to make the Academy a long term success through acquiring further funding by showcasing successes.
Number of demonstration projects: 3 (ATIC, C4L, Cohort) Number of sub-grantees: 9 (ICOBI, CFU, SDI HOCADEO, ROM, RICE-WN), TASO, MakSPH, IDRC) Number of innovations in development or testing: 9 (Tippy tap,Call for Life and Call for Life Lite, elearning, ART access, ICOBI HIV/TB Case Based Surveillance app, Community drug distribution point app, HIV third line virtual clinic, TB stool diagnostics and TB map and link).
|2015/2016||2016/2017||2017/2018 (so far)||Total|
|Number of beneficiaries reached online tools||1,103||8,685||12,667||22,455|
|Number of healthcare workers accessing||531||3,390||2,356||5,746|
|Number of research papers/internationa conference presentations||1||2||5||8|
|Number of postgraduate students supported||3||2||1||6|
The Academy fosters open innovation, knowledge sharing and capacity building throughout Uganda. The Academy will therefore support a range of opportunities including scholarships and calls for proposals for implementation projects.Read More
The Ugandan Academy for Health Innovation and Impact will undertake a series of projects, which include; Capacity building, Drug resistance in long term HIV cohort, the scholarship as well as mhealth/TAMA project.Read More