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Grants and Awards

Grants

The Malnutrition Grant is offered by the International Malnutrition Task Force (IMTF) and University of Southampton Faculty of Medicine. It is to contribute towards building core competencies of future health professionals for the management of severe malnutrition in infants and children. If you would like to know about the Malnutrition grant, click here to access the Grant overview.

The Malnutrition Grant 2013 call is now closed. 

Awards

To reward individuals' outstanding work in introducing and using the Malnutrition eLearning course for teaching and training, the IMTF and University of Southampton Faculty of Medicine are inviting applications for Best Practice Award for Malnutrition eLearning.

For each round, up to three applicants will be awarded. Click here to access more information on the award and application.

The Malnutrition Best Practice Award 2013 call is now closed.


The Malnutrition Grant and Awards are sponsored by the Faculty of Medicine University of Southampton to support the IMTF activity in the malnutrition management capacity building for health professionals in Africa and South East Asia.

Malnutrition 2013 Grant and Award Winners

The Malnutrition Grants were awarded to two institutions and they are:

  • Makerere University, Uganda (PI: Dr Florence Turyashemererwa)
  • Catholic University College of Ghana, Ghana (PI: Joana Apenkwa)

The 1st round Best Practice Award winner is:

  • Dr Reginald Annan at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana

The 2nd round Best Practice Award winners are:

  • Dr Abu Zar Taizai at Department of Health Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan, Pakistan
  • Mr Silvenus Ochieng Konyole at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Kenya

The 3rd round Best Practice Award winner is:

  • Professor Michele Marie Monroy Valle at Rafael Landivar University, Guatemala

Click here to access the successful grant and best practice award applications.