Hvidovre Hospital (HvH), Denmark

Enabling best possible childbirth care in Tanzania – The PartoMa Project

Research project Unsafe care at birth is a human rights violation negatively impacting gender equality. Globally, 300,000 women and 5 million babies die annually around birth. With proper care, most would survive. Therefore, clinical guidelines production has expande ... First-year report: 1) All five hospitals have given their formal acceptance to participate in the research project. 2) Ethical research clearance and research permit have been issued by National Institute for Medical Research, Tanzania and COST ...
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Improving Prevention and Diagnosis of Active Childhood TB in Tanzania

Research project Children are dying from tuberculosis, even though it is a disease, which can be prevented and cured. WHO estimates that up to 400.000 children a year die from TB yet children have been largely neglected in TB programmes. The reasons why children hav ... The project has described the challenges and constraints of diagnosing childhood TB in a resource limited area with endemic TB and a high prevalence of malnutrition and HIV and has assessed the performance of Quantiferon-TB Gold In-Tube, a paediatri ...
Period: 2008-08-31 to 2012-12-31 Countries: Tanzania Lead institutions: Hvidovre Hospital (HvH), Clinical Research Centre, Denmark Hvidovre Hospital (HvH), Denmark Muhimbili Medical Research Centre (NIMR), Tanzania Project code: 74-08-UHH Total grant: 3,640,906 DKK
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