Country Partner – Mozambique

The Research for Health Africa (R4HA) programme has partnered with the National Institute of Health in Mozambique (Instituto Nacional de Saúde, INS) and the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Eduardo Mondlane (UEM). The INS and UEM have agreed, with support from the R4HA team, to strengthen critical aspects of research governance in Mozambique, including priority setting and policy framework development.  As part of the programme, they aim to foster strong partnerships between national stakeholders across many sectors and develop a national research for health management information system to improve access to essential information to manage research.

As one of the first countries to join R4HA, Mozambique will be sharing its knowledge further, with other countries in the region. INS and UEM have committed to monitor and evaluate the work carried out under the R4HA programme to further develop and strengthen the governance of the research system in their country.

The overall expected outputs and outcomes for Mozambique are:

  • Strengthened key governance functions, which include a credible priority setting process, good co-ordinating mechanism and effective ethical review mechanism;
  • An operating research for management information system; and
  • Strengthened capacity to use the research for management information system for developing research for health in Mozambique.

Health Research Web

Health Research Web (HRWeb) is an interactive platform that gives rapid access to research information on governance and policies, research projects, publications, ethics reviews and much more.  Institutions, governments and regional bodies concerned with the governance and management of research on an institutional, national, regional or global scale can develop a resource to monitor trends, gaps and results and help make better-informed decisions to improve health, equity and development.

To see information relevant to Mozambique within HRWeb please click here