Ethics and regulatory capacities (2017)

The purpose of this call for proposals is to provide funding for actions that aim to support sub-Saharan African countries to establish and develop robust national medicines regulatory systems and capacities for ethical review of clinical research and use of medicinal products and technologies for humans. This scheme targets both National Ethics Committees and National Regulatory Authorities.

BREEDSAFCA
Strengthening the regulatory framework to upgrade ethical review of clinical research and drugs safety monitoring in Cameroon

Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon, Yaounde, Cameroon with a partner from Cameroon.
Project coordinator: Dr Jerome Ateudjieu, Ministry of Public Health, Cameroon
Starting date: 1 November 2018
Duration: 30 months
Grant amount: EUR 296,384
Grant agreement: CSA2017ERC-1911

BUCARERZ
Building capacity for research ethics and regulation in Zambia

National Health Research Authority (NHRA), Lusaka, Zambia.
Project coordinator: Dr Godfrey Biemba (NHRA), Lusaka, Zambia
Starting date: 1 September 2018
Duration: 30 months
Grant amount: EUR 297,597
Grant agreement: CSA2017ERC-1904

Reg. Science-Fellows
Competence-based fellowship for African medicines reviewers and regulatory science professionals

Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ), Harare, Zimbabwe with a partner from Zimbabwe
Project coordinator: Ms. Tariro Makamure-Sithole (MCAZ), Harare, Zimbabwe
Starting date: 1 November 2018
Duration: 36 months
Grant amount: EUR 270,019
Grant agreement: CSA2017ERC-1910

SEN-ETHICS
Upgrading national ethics review systems and regulatory bodies in Senegal

Ministry of Health and Social Action, Dakar, Senegal, with partners from Senegal
Project coordinator: Dr Samba Cor Sarr, Ministry of Health and Social Action, Dakar, Senegal
Starting date: 1 November 2018
Duration: 3o months
Grant amount: EUR 293,922
Grant agreement: CSA2017ERC-1925

STReK
Strengthening research ethics review and oversight in Kenya

University of Nairobi (UoN), Nairobi, Kenya with a partner from Kenya
Project coordinator: Prof. Walter Jaoko, (UoN) Nairobi, Kenya
Starting date: 1 November 2018
Duration: 36 months
Grant amount: EUR 299,736
Grant agreement: CSA2017ERC-1857