BMBF-Network CEBHA+ for evidence-based health care and public health in Africa
- Coordinator: Prof. Harriet Mayanja-Kizza, Kampala, Uganda
- German contact person: PD Dr. Eva Rehfuess
- Affiliation: Institute for Medical Information Processing, Biometry and Epidemiology
- Participating countries: South Africa, Uganda, Rwanda, Malawi, Ethiopia
- Funding by BMBF: 2016 to 2021
The Collaboration for Evidence-Based Healthcare in Africa (CEBHA) is a network of institutions in Africa and Europe that aim to support African health systems to work in evidence-based ways through the promotion of best available evidence in clinical healthcare and individual patient care and the fostering of South-South as well as North-South cooperation. These goals of CEBHA have recently been broadened to include public health activities in the Collaboration for Evidence-Based Healthcare and Public Health (CEBHA+, website under development) through a grant by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Source: Center for International Health, LMU (Text), CEBHA (picture)