Our publications come in different formats:
- online: larger publications such as our Annual report and the Portfolio presentation of our projects
Go to our online publications
- digital: many technical documents and all publications from before 2020 are accessible via this page.
- print: mostly publications for meetings and advocacy regarding specific audiences.
Acknowledging EDCTP: A guide for grantees
This guide for grantees offers practical guidance to ensure acknowledgement of EDCTP and the EU as funders.
EDCTP Newsletter Vol. 13 Nr. 2 - April 2018
EDCTP Corporate Brochure 2018
Sort overview of the EDCTP programme: mission and objectives; how we work; achievements 2014-2017; organisation; portfolio of projects.
EDCTP Newsletter Vol. 13 Nr. 1 - January 2018
EDCTP Newsletter Vol. 12 Nr. 4 October 2017
Development, validation and implementation of diagnostic tools in resource-limited settings
Programme booklet for the EDCTP-supported session of the 10th European Congress of Tropical Medicine and International Health in Antwerp, Belgium, 16-20 October 2017.
EDCTP1 Project Portfolio: A compendium of clinical trial, capacity building and networking projects 2003-2015
The EDCTP1 Portfolio presents a synopsis of clinical trial, capacity building and networking projects funded during the first EDCTP programme (2003-2015). Each entry includes a…
EDCTP Annual Report 2016
EDCTP Newsletter Vol 12, No 3 – July 2017
EDCTP Newsletter Vol 12, No 2 – April 2017
Please note: the English paper edition of the April Newsletter mentions mid-May as publication date for the 2017 Calls for proposals. For procedural reasons, the…
Articles of Association (2017) - EDCTP Association
This an unofficial English translation of the Articles of Association (in Dutch) of the EDCTP Association established in 2014, as amended on 30 March 2017.
EDCTP Newsletter Vol 12, No 1 – January 2017
EDCTP Newsletter Vol 9, No 4 – November 2014
Assessment of the performance and impact of the first EDCTP programme
Africa mapping is a report on the current state of health research on poverty-related and neglected infectious diseases in sub-Saharan Africa.