Jean Claude Ouedraogo
Jean Claude Ouedraogo - A research assistant at Institut de Recherche enSciences de La Santé (IRSS/CNRST), Burkina Faso. He is from Burkina Faso and...
Rajat Das Gupta
Rajat Das Gupta - A graduate research assistant at University of South Carolina. He is from Bangladesh and an alumni of the...
COVID-19 Vaccine hesitancy in West Africa
COVID-19 Vaccine hesitancy in West AfricaHosted by IR Connect, supported by WHO-TDRHeld on 29 April 2022Speakers: Alumni from GhanaCheick Oumar DoumbiaPhD Student, Bernhard Nocht Institute of Tropical Medicine.
Peace Alabi - A Public health officer in Nigeria and an alumni of the WHO-TDR IR batch from the University of...
Facilitators and Barriers to implementation of childhood tuberculosis in Bangladesh
Facilitators and Barriers to implementation of childhood tuberculosis in BangladeshHosted by IR Connect, supported by WHO-TDRHeld on 30 March 2022 Speakers: Alumni from BRAC Sandesh PanthaGeneral Practitioner, PhD student, Latrobe University, Australia.Uygen...
Tuberculosis: IR and way forward
Tuberculosis: IR and way forwardHosted by IR Connect, supported by WHO-TDRHeld on 24 November 2021Speakers: Alumni from UGMShraddha Acharya,Save the Children International.Dr. Marcelo Amaral Mali,Ministry of Health, and NGO (Operational Research).Shiva Poudel,Bagmati...
Barack Ernest Ahumah
Barack Ernest Ahumah - A senior optometrist and an alumni of the WHO-TDR IR batch from the University of Witwatersrand shares his experience of the IR...
“Talk on Conducting IR During Pandemic”
Hosted by WHO-TDR IR Connect (10-November-2021)
Speakers: Pham Huong Giang, UGM Dr Abhishek Royal, UGM
Alumni spotlight Cheick Oumar Doumbia
Cheick Oumar Doumbia- The alumni of the WHO-TDR IR batch from the University of Ghana shares his experience of the IR program & the impact it has had on his career, in the interview of alumni spotlight series was organized by IR Connect.
Congratulations Sagun Paudel
We hereby announce the winners of TDR Global Asia Mentorship Contest 2021. The first winner will enter the global competition and compete with winners from TDR Global Africa and Latin America. Please kindly note that we will notify the winners via email as well.
The overall total score for each idea is calculated based on the total score for each judging criteria, number of judge’s vote and number of member’s vote.
We received 62 votes from TDR Global members. Most voted idea are: 24 votes for I CARE (Improving Communication And Reach) for public health researchers and 12 votes for IR- Mentor: A platform to connect Mentor and Mentee. This result shows that judges selection are similar with members selection.
Congratulations to all winners and we sincerely thank you for submitting your idea and voting your favorite idea. We couldn’t have done this without you. We also hope this contest also inspires other TDR Global members to create a better mentorship model in your institution.