We have a strong track record in developing, testing and validating innovations for health that save lives. Our mission is to improve people’s health and wellbeing through research, training and services.
Our Contribution to New Knowledge in Public Health
Each year, our scientists publish over 100 articles in international journals
The needs and opportunities for housing improvement for malaria control in southern Tanzania
Does increased provider effort improve quality of care? Evidence from a standardised patient study on correct and unnecessary treatment
ePOCT+ and the medAL-suite: Development of an electronic clinical decision support algorithm and digital platform for pediatric outpatients in low- and middle-income countries
IHI Data Repository
Our Data Repository provides information from hundreds of our past projects that can be useful for research, training, policy and action.
A vibrant community of inspiration, ideation and collaboration for solution development
ISO 9001: 2015
Since 2018, our management system has been certified as ISO 9001: 2015 compliant
Our accredited Masters program
We offer a unique accredited Masters of Science in Public Health Research (MScPHR) in collaboration with the Nelson Mandela African Institution for Science and Technology. We have a dedicated Training Center for the program in Bagamoyo, Tanzania.
Our ISO 15189:2012 Accredited Labs
Our BSL II labs in Bagamoyo have been accredited as ISO 15189:2012 compliant by the Southern African Development Community Accreditation Service (SADCAS).
We have over sixty active projects.
Using novel technologies for real-time monitoring of the risk of mosquito-borne diseases in the context of climate and land-use changes
The study intends to investigate associations between climate, land-use and mosquito-borne disease risk at the local scale in southeastern Tanzania.
The study will expand and use the same Premonition network and infrastru…
Towards the elimination of cervical cancer in Tanzania: Transdisciplinary science for smarter implementation strategies
This study aims to understand the cancer landscape in Tanzania and contribute towards eliminating cervical cancer in the country.
To eliminate cervical cancer, it is significant to understand a patient’s journ…
Understanding the experience, preferences and effects of provider payment mechanisms in Tanzania
The aim of this study is to understand the experience, preferences, and effects of Provider Payment Mechanisms (PPMs) in Tanzania.
The primary objectives for the study will be:
- To characterize the predominantly PPM in Tanzania.
- To examine providers&rs…
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We’re influencing policy; taking science to the public; and optimistic about the future
We’re influencing policy; taking science to the public; and optimistic about the future.
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