|Project: ENDRISK Proposal|
|Equitable, Novel, Digitally supported Research Interventions for Sustainable Knowledge – via Understandable, Unbiased and Utilized information to manage poverty-related diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa|
|Project leader||Anne Moen|
|Project Participants||Josef.Noll, Lene Lunde, Anne Moen|
|Supported by||Horizon Europe|
|Objective|| Our mission in this project “Equitable, Novel, Digitally supported Research Interventions for Sustainable Knowledge – shared as Understandable, Unbiased and Utilized information to manage poverty related infectious diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa” - ENDRISK - is to contribute research findings and practice development strategies to tackling PRDs and reduce disease burden via evidence informed services that contributes to regional and global health security that can end health disparities globally. Our effort will contribute to equity, equality and broad collective engagement that drive transformation to resilient and inclusive health services for all.
ENDRISK has three main objectives; (1) Community Impact of digital support to community health workers and community vigilance to reduce PRD, (2) Community-based studies and clinical trial on prevention, treatment and diagnosis of PRD, with TB and associated factors as model case, and (3) Improved Research Capacity for all partners.
|Keywords||Digital Health Promotion, EHealth, Digital Global Health, One Health|
Factpage of Project ENDRISK Proposal
The ENDRISK proposal was submitted to Horizon Europe by Sep2021.