The vulnerability and health research paradox
June 18, 2018

The vulnerability and health research paradox

By Sassy Molyneux and Sally Theobald; Sassy and Sally were part of a rich set of discussions on vulnerability, agency and resilience in a meeting organised by REACH in Oxford...

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“This is real science”
April 27, 2018

“This is real science”

Clement Nyiro: a School leavers Attachment Program Student (SLAS) tells his path to science story The light flickered on and my brother and I were mesmerized, staring at the bright...

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February 13, 2018

The KWTRP women in science.

One of the greatest culture that KWTRP has intentionally cultivated over the years is one of diversity. The special mix in its cultural diversity with teams drawn from all over...

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Disruption, disillusion and contestations
February 9, 2018

Disruption, disillusion and contestations

Dr. Benjamin Tsofa writes of the effects of rapid implementation of devolution on the health sector in Kenya and how the rushed pace of devolution has stifled Kenya’s reforms to...

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Testing the current standard on children’s rehydration
February 5, 2018

Testing the current standard on children’s rehydration

Kathryn Maitland, an author of a study protocol published on Wellcome Open Research, talks about gastroenteritis and the importance of the Phase II GASTRO trial to monitor children’s responses to rehydration...

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How the malaria parasites adapts when faced with different opportunities for transmission in its natural environment
December 19, 2017

How the malaria parasites adapts when faced with different opportunities for transmission in its natural environment

Martin Rono talks about the findings of his recently published paper on 'Adaptation of Plasmodium falciparum to its transmission environment' which has since been published on Nature How does Plasmodium...

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A Geo-coded inventory of mosquito’s in Africa
December 8, 2017

A Geo-coded inventory of mosquito’s in Africa

Charles Mbogo talks about the largest database of malaria mosquito carriers and its role for future control and malaria elimination programmes in Africa. This inventory was recently published and peer...

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Malaria does not exist in a vacuum: anthropologist looks at human factors
December 6, 2017

Malaria does not exist in a vacuum: anthropologist looks at human factors

Rather than focusing just on curing an individual, we seek to understand the broader contextual and structural issues that can help or hinder health-seeking behavior.

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Evaluating Community Engagement: A coming together of great minds!
September 26, 2017

Evaluating Community Engagement: A coming together of great minds!

By Noni Mumba One would think that a 2-day workshop on evaluation would be boring, mentally taxing and just tiresome. Indeed, I, being one of the delegates in that meeting,...

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Global health ethics frameworks, embedded ethics and new approaches to vulnerability
September 26, 2017

Global health ethics frameworks, embedded ethics and new approaches to vulnerability

Bridget Pratt and Sassy Molyneux We recently attended the 2017 Oxford Global Health and Bioethics International Conference, aimed at promoting multidisciplinary and inclusive discussion of critically important ethical issues in...

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