Completed Projects

The purpose of this project is to build malaria research capacity through a dual approach of research and hands-on mentorship activities. These approaches will catalyse advancement of science, strengthen research leadership, and on-site capacity building.

Gastroenteritis is a very common cause of diarrhea and vomiting. It is most likely to be caused by a bacterial or viral stomach infection and is particularly common in young children. This trial study is conducted at MCRI. In some cases, it can cause severe dehydration, a condition that requires immediate medical treatment.

FLACSAM stands for Firstline Antimicrobials in Children with Complicated Severe Acute Malnutrition. The study compares antibiotics used in managing infections in children. This is a clinical trial comparing effectiveness of antibiotics used to treat children with complicated severe acute malnutrition.