Clinical trials to reduce health inequities in pregnant women, newborns and children

The objective of this call is to accelerate the adaption and/or optimisation of treatment and prevention products (excluding vaccines) for PRDs in sub-Saharan Africa for use in pregnant women, newborns and/or children. This call is restricted to the following diseases: HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, diarrhoeal diseases and lower respiratory infections.

Fast and reliable easy-to-use-diagnostics for eliminating Bilharzia in young children and mothers

Academisch Ziekenhuis Leiden (LUMC), Leiden, the Netherlands with partners from Gabon, Germany, Madagascar, and Spain
Project Coordinator: Dr Govert J. van Dam, LUMC, the Netherlands
Starting date:
 1 February 2018
Duration: 48 months
Grant amount: EUR 2,999,409
Grant agreement: RIA2016MC-1626

Improving maternal and infant health by reducing malaria risks in African women: evaluation of the safety and efficacy of dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine for intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in HIV-infected pregnant women

Fundación Privada Instituto de Salud Global Barcelona (ISGlobal) with partners from Austria, Gabon, Germany, and Mozambique 
Project Coordinator: Prof. Clara Menéndez Santos, ISGlobal, Spain
Starting date:
 1 March 2018
Duration: 60 months
Grant amount: EUR 2,985,000
Grant agreement: RIA2016MC-1613


RaPaed TB
Rapid and accurate diagnosis of paediatric TB

Ludwig Maximilians Universität München (LMU), Germany with partners from Australia, Germany, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, and Tanzania 
Project Coordinator: Mr Frank Spiekermann, LMU, Germany
Starting date:
 1 February 2018
Duration: 54 months
Grant amount: EUR 2,999,632
Grant agreement: RIA2016MC-1623

Vulnerable population tuberculosis anti-retroviral

University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom with partners from Italy, South Africa, and Uganda
Project Coordinator: Dr Catriona Waitt, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Starting date:
 1 February 2018
Duration: 60 months
Grant amount: EUR 2,058,002
Grant agreement: RIA2016MC-1606