Our work centres around designing and conducting research, training and building the capacity of future researchers in the areas of public health.
Ours is to:
I. Strengthen the region’s capacity to evaluate the effectiveness of health promotion programmes and public health interventions.
II. Stimulate and strengthen research and knowledge transfer focused on health promotion in communities
III. Develop capacity by providing unique training and education opportunities in health promotion for researchers, students, community members, policy-makers, and practitioners at all levels.
Through our various research and educational activities,
we aim to
• Provide resources to inform and educate the media, government, multi-lateral agencies, the general public and private sector donors about local, regional and global health issues and solutions
• Cultivate innovative outreach and advocacy initiatives and events between CHESRAD and wider community
• Generate discussion and connect different interest groups to talk about solutions to various public health challenges