Improving health in West and Central Africa
Over the past few decades, health across West and Central Africa has improved greatly. However, major challenges still exist and the School is working with partners across the world to meet them.
- Improving health in West and Central Africa (PDF, 2MB) - read our interactive online publication.
For printed copies of the publication, please contact the External Relations team.
Examples of active research projects and groups
- ACT Consortium - researching and optimising the delivery of ACT malaria treatment
- Global Trachoma Mapping Project - studying more than 30 countries to discover who is at risk of trachoma
- IDEAS - Set up to evaluate the maternal and newborn health programme in Nigeria
- Malaria Centre - working on malaria research projects across Africa
- MARCH - researching and evaluating maternal and newborn health policy
- MCDC - supporting African scientists to undertake malaria research
- Menafricar - a global research effort to study how meningcoccal meningitis is spread in Africa
- RESYST - healthy policy and systems research in Nigeria
Professor Sir Brian Greenwood discusses the testing of a new meningitis vaccine in Chad.