Different questions need to be answered in different settings and we need all types of studies to be undertaken. But the cycle does not end there: Research Uptake is critical

Sharing methodologies and research uptake activities undertaken can enable other teams to share their results in easier and better ways, accelerating engagement.

Here groups share their approaches in what they are measuring and how they are sharing their results as well as the activities they are conducting in engaging different stakeholders to achieve uptake of research results

Are you running a study with a research uptake plan – please can you share your experience and resources? 

Teams working across Africa, Asia and Latin America are setting up research uptake plans for their studies. By sharing, you will help them embed their results into policy and practice because they will be using what we know already works! 
If you would like to contribute, please let us know what your study is about and share your study materials and/or your top tips for achieving research uptake. 
Email us: arch@tghn2.org

*We will acknowledge your work and this will increase the impact of your efforts and speed up research uptake globally*

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GBS Clinical Toolkit

An international research team has developed a ten-step approach to the management of GBS. These steps cover the most important aspects of diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, prognosis and long-term management.

Thanzi La Onse

Thanzi la Onse’s (Health of All) core objective is to improve population health and reduce health inequities in Malawi, Uganda and Southern and East Africa, by developing and sustaining high quality research.

Chain Network

The CHAIN Network is a group of clinical experts, scientists and advisors focused on optimizing the management and care of the sick and undernourished child in resource-limited settings to improve survival, growth and development.

COVID-19 School Safety Communications Kit

Several countries are facing the challenge of providing a safe environment for the return to classroom-based learning. The kit includes materials that can help school managers plan and communicate the most up-to-date strategies related to COVID-19 transmission prevention

sub-Saharan African Congenital Anomalies Network (sSCAN)

The sub-Saharan African Congenital Anomalies Network (sSCAN) is a regional Congenital Anomalies (CA) surveillance network established to provide support for congenital anomaly surveillance and build capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Go Zika Go


The Go Zika Go project uses modified ride-on toy cars to advance the body functions, activities, and participation of children with Congenital Zika Syndrome. Find resources such as the study protocol and documentary video on this page.