By bringing decision-makers and researchers together, the Alliance strives to identify research priorities that are responsive to the needs of countries
At the Alliance, we believe in the power of research to inform health policy decisions, drive health care reforms, scale-up proven health interventions, and ultimately save lives. Since 1999, this belief has guided our efforts to promote the generation and use of health policy and systems research as a means to strengthen health systems in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
The Alliance funds a variety of HPSR projects, programmes and initiatives across LMICs. The majority of these projects are grants to stimulate the generation of knowledge, but they may also be commissioned studies that: shed more light on an emerging topic; that fill an identified gap, or that respond to demand on a particular research issue. Some of these are opportunistic, while others provide the background work for larger research programmes.
By taking an approach that brings decision-makers and researchers together, the Alliance strives to identify research priorities that are responsive to the needs of countries in hopes that it will increase both the relevance and country ownership of the research.
Current thematic areas of work
Past thematic areas of work
Geographical regions of work
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Calls for Proposals
Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC) call for research for health in humanitarian crises