Framework to Guide the Implementation of Strategic Initiatives and Innovation at the APHRC

The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) is driven by its mission to generate scientific evidence aligned to local and international development agendas, strengthen research and related capacity in the African research and development (R&D) ecosystem, and engage policy to inform action on health and development. In line with this, APHRC recognizes the need to strengthen key strategic initiatives such as the ideation process, the strategic innovation pipeline, and outcomes of the signature issues identified by research themes. Other strategic initiatives may include seed grants, fellowships, and those with a career strengthening focus. The aim of this Framework is therefore to outline a structure through which support to develop long-term ideas and programs for sustained policy engagement at APHRC can be provided. […]

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Malpractice Incident Reporting Form

Report through Ethics Point (https://aphrc.ethicspoint.com) if the matter is not urgent. If urgent, report to APHRC’s Safeguarding Manager. If by email (safeguarding@aphrc.org) use the email subject: ‘URGENT: Attention, please treat this email confidentially’ This form is for reporting safeguarding concerns, including potential violations of APHRC’S Safeguarding Policy. The information in this form is confidential. Please provide as much information as possible. Areas where you have nothing to report should be left blank. […]

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APHRC Guidelines on Working with Children

APHRC recognizes that there are instances when its staff, partners, interns, contractors, volunteers and Board members will interact with children in the conduct of research and other activities pertinent to its work and mission. In this context, APHRC reiterates its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of children by protecting them from any harm or abuse. […]

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APHRC GUIDELINES ON DATA ACCESS AND SHARING

APHRC premises its data access and sharing practices on the principle that data is a public good and should be made available to all authorized users in a timely manner and in a user-friendly format. Equally, any individual or organization using or seeking to access APHRC data will be required to abide by strict conditions as set out below. […]

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