|INDEPTH is a pioneer in health and population research, providing robust answers to some of the most important questions in development. Through its global network of health and demographic surveillance system (HDSS) field sites in Africa, Asia and Oceania, it is capable of producing reliable longitudinal data not only about the lives of people in low- and middle-income countries, but about the impact on those lives of development policies and programmes.
INDEPTH Board member appointed new Director of Research at APHRC, Nairobi, Kenya, a member of the INDEPTH Network
Dr. Catherine Kyobutungi an INDEPTH Board member has been appointed as new Director of Research at the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC). She has been described as a leader who is passionate about Africa’s place in the discourses that affect its development, and who is deeply committed to the Center’s mission, values and ideals. Read more...
Researcher from APHRC, an INDEPTH member centre in Nairobi, Kenya contributes to First Ever Global Nutrition Report
A consortium of nations, organizations, researchers, and academics have released the first-ever comprehensive narrative on global health and country-level progress toward reducing malnutrition across the globe. Read more...
President of Kenya visits Kilifi, an INDEPTH member centre to officially commission the Mbuyuni Training Complex.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on a tour during his visit at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust complex in Kilifi in October 24th 2014. The president officially commissioned the Mbuyuni Training Complex ... Read more...
OpenHDS Training Workshop starts in Dubai
Twenty-eight participants are taking part in the INDEPTH Data Management Programme’s (IDMP) OpenHDS Training Workshop in Dubai, UAE from November 14 – 17, 2014. Read more...
Press Release: Largest ever dataset on individual deaths in Africa & SE Asia reveals changing health of developing world
An unprecedented insight into the changing health of people across Africa and Asia - including the fluctuating burdens of HIV, malaria and childhood mortality - is revealed today by the publication of the largest ever dataset of individual deaths recorded on-the-ground. Read more...
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