Human Health and Heredity in Africa: Research Grants Program
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The Human Health and Heredity in Africa: Research Grants Program was initially created to address the concerns of low and middle-income nations who are having the difficulty to safeguard and sustain the health and well-being of its people.

The target counties often face the burden of having to deal with various health conditions such as infectious diseases, malnutrition, and a growing number of chronic diseases.

The project aims to address this concerns by focusing the scope of the research studies in the following areas:

1) Genetic/environmental contributors to non-communicable disease in Africa

2) Genetic/environmental contributors to communicable disease in Africa

3) Contribution of the human microbiome to health and disease in Africa

4) The occurence of Mendelian diseases in Africa

5) The field of Pharmacogenics

The National Institutes of Health is set to administer a total funding amount of $1.25 million per year, which can last up to four years.

The institutions and organizations that are eligible to submit an application under Human Health and Heredity in Africa: Research Grants Program are the following:

a) Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (African Institutions) such as African institutions, Public/State Controlled Institutions of Higher Education, and Private Institutions of Higher Education

b) Non domestic foreign institutions.

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