The DIDIDA project benefits from European Union and United Kingdom Research and Innovation funding and respects the required methodology by dividing the achievement of its different objectives into several work packages.
Work package 1
Research studies and research capacity development
WP leader: University of Glasgow
This work package aims to increase research capacity of sub-Saharan African countries in Infectious Diseases.
- Reports on research activities
Work package 2
WP leader: Mologic
This work package focuses on co-developing between African and EU partners a low-cost diagnostic testing solution, combined with a mobile phone-based app, and deep learning decision support tool.
- Prototype of a point of care sensors
- User centric design report
- Final m-Health technology report
Work package 3
Integration of the new technology into existing health data infrastructures
WP leader: PharmAccess
This work package aims to integrate the new solution with existing mobile phone and health data infrastructures in sub-Saharan countries and provide access to it to health workers and authorities.
- Ethical issues report
- Technology integration report
- Report on economic value of interventions
Work package 4
WP leader: KCMC
This work package focuses on organising clinical trials and train sub-Saharan African countries researcher to plan their own.
Work package 5
Early-stage researchers career development
WP leader: KEMRI
The purpose of this work package is to develop opportunities for early-stage researchers in sub-Saharan African countries to develop their own scientific careers.
- Early-stage researchers training and brokerage events reports
Work package 6&7
Dissemination, exploitation, communication and Project management
WP leader: Innotrope
These work packages are about disseminating, exploiting, and communicating about the project and the project results, coordinating the consortium, administrating the project, reporting the results and managing issues.
- Dissemination, exploitation and communication plan and reviews
- Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) report
- Project website
- Data management plan
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