ALERRT workshops

The African coaLition for Epidemic Research Response and Training (ALERRT) aims to build a sustainable clinical and laboratory research preparedness and response network in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) to reduce the public health and socio-economic impact of (Re-) emerging and Epidemic-Prone Infectious Diseases (REPID) in SSA. Their site includes a wealth of recorded workshops on all aspects of Epidemic Research with a number focused on Research Management, Research Administration, and Research Governance and Ethics.

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Research in Emergencies

This course focuses on the particular challenges that arise in emergencies, and should be read in conjunction with relevant national and international ethics guidance and regulatory frameworks for health-related research with human participants. It also highlights how the ethical issues that arise in emergencies may sometimes go beyond those covered in traditional research frameworks, including for example, important considerations of duties of fair collaboration that arise between researchers, and duties of care to those working on the frontline.

This course is available in EnglishFrench, and Spanish

Research Management Training workshop

The East Africa Consortium for Clinical Research (EACCR) invites applications from those who wish to attend a 3-day hybrid training workshop in research management. The workshop will cover practical skills in grant negotiation, stakeholder analysis and identification, uptake and dissemination of research findings, and monitoring and evaluation at both the proposal development and post-proposal stages. The training will take place on a hybrid basis from the 27th to the 29th of June 2023, online and in-person at the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) training room.

This regional training was organized by the EACCR3 project and funded by the European Union’s EDCTP2 Programme. The objective is to deliver hands-on practical training in the management of research projects with the aim of exposing participants to grant writing, monitoring and evaluation, and publication.

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Research Administration and Management Programme (RAMP) | LIGHT

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine: Research Administration and Management Programme (RAMP)

This 3-day in person free and certified training aims at equipping research support staff with knowledge and tools to better manage externally funded grants. The training covers topics on: Administration, including diary management, minute taking, and travel logistics; Project Management, including risks management, safeguarding, M&E, and the use of tools such as logframes and Gantt charts; and Financial Management, including budgeting, forecasting, and reporting

RAMP blogs:

  1. Blog about the pilot:
  2. Blog from one of the participants (Malawi RAMP)
  3. Q&A Blog with two participants (Kenya RAMP)
  4. Blog published by one attendee:


RAMP in Malawai