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Awarding Body

Title of Project

Date of Support

Value of support

Collaborators       

1

The Welcome Trust

Small Ruminant Trypanosomiasis: Influence of breed and nutrition on Pathogenesis, Susceptibility and Duration of Chemoprophylaxis

1993 ‑ 1995

£39,114

Professor Peter Holmes and Professor Max Murray,

2

International Foundation for Science

Genetic Resistance to Trypanosomosis in Ugandan Goats

1996‑1998

US Dollars 12,800.

 

3

World Health Organization

Tsetse and Trypanosomosis Control Programmes in South Eastern Uganda: their socio-economic impact and role in the prevalence of human trypanosomiasis

1997-2000

USD 11,980

 

4

European Union

Concerted Action on Integrated Control of Pathogenic Trypanomes

1997-2001

GBP 60,000

University of Glasgow Veterinary School, International Atomic Energy Agency,

                                                     Energy Agency

5

DANIDA

Improving the health and productivity of the rural chicken in Africa

1999-2006

5,998,000 Danish Krona

Sokoine University, University of Nairobi, Makerere Veterinary School, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural College of Denmark, Malawi Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation.

6

NUFU (Norway)

Regional Veterinary Collaborative Research on Environmental Toxicology and Zoonotic diseases

2001-2005

9 million Krona

Norwegian Veterinary School, Makerere Veterinary School, Sokoine College of Agriculture, University of Zimbabwe Veterinary School, University of Pretoria.

7

Innovations at Makerere (I@MAK.COM)

Attitudinal Change and Enhancement of Practical Training to Future Veterinary Service Providers in the Decentralized Districts

2001-2004

USD 91,000

Dr Rubaire Akiiki, Dr Rose Azuba, Dr Rutagwenda, T., Dr Kirumira, E., Professor Acon, J.

8

Innovations at Makerere (I@MAK.COM)

The Effect of Decentralisation, Liberalisation and Privatisation on Veterinary Service Delivery in Uganda

2004-2006

USD 40,000

Dr Rubaire Akiiki, Dr Rose Azuba, Dr Ndikuwera Jason

9

Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO)

Harmonising the Curricula for Veterinary Training in East and South African Region

2004-2005

USD 90,000

Universities of Sokoine, Zambia, Makerere, Pretoria, Nairobi, Ethiopia and Mozambique.

10

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Enhancement of Practical Training for Veterinary Students

2001-2004

USD 254,000

 

11

Organisation for Social Sciences Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA)

Dry land Husbandry Project

1997 – 2005

USD 140,000

Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries,

12

Welcome Trust

Assessment of optimal channels of communication for effective message delivery on nagana and human sleeping sickness in Uganda.

2006-2009

GBP120,928

Dr Susan Welburn, CTVM, University of Edinburgh, Prof Eli Katunguka-Rwakishaya, Makerere University and Dr Mark Eisler, CTVM, Edinburgh

13

CommonWealth Scholarship Commission

International MSc Programme in International Animal Health

2007-2010

GBP450,000

CTVM, University of Edinburgh, akerere University (host) Dr       Susan Welburn, CTVM, University of Edinburgh, Prof Eli Katunguka-Rwakishaya, Makerere University and Dr Mark Eisler, CTVM, Edinburgh

14

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Strengthening Research Capacity at Makerere University

2004-2007

USD 473,000

 

15

Innovations at Makerere (I@MAK.COM))

Publication of Selected Materials for Veterinary Service Providers and Farmers

2004-2008

USD 40,000

Prof. E. Katunguka-Rwakishaya, Dr Rubaire Akiiki, Dr Rose Azuba, Dr Ndikuwera Jason.

16

Carnegie Co-orporation of New York

Further strengthening of Research Capacity at Makerere University

2007-2010

USD 730,000

 

17

Irish Government

Irish African Partnership for Research Capacity Building..

2007-2010

Euro 1,500,000

Nine universities in Ireland, Makerere University, University of

 Dar es   Salaam, Eduardo Mondlane University and University of Malawi. I co -chair the steering committee

18

Sida SAREC (SWEDEN)

Improving the capacity of the Supervisor to supervise (A Research Capacity Building Programme)

2005 -2009

Swedish Crona 181,000,000 (25million dollars)

Universities in Sweden and Makerere University

19

Wellcome Trust

Research and Training in Infection and Immunity for Uganda

2008-2011

1 million pounds

Makerere University and Uganda Virus Research centre, Entebbe. London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Cambridge University

20

European Union EDULINK Programme

Enhancing Ph.D training in East Africa (PREPARE-Ph.D)

2008-2011

583,000 Euro

Makerere University, University of Nairobi, Sokoine Universityof Agriculture and University of Copenhagen, Faculty of LIFE Sciences

21

Innovations at Makerere

Enhancing Capacity of Partnering Institutions to write fundable proposals

March – September 2008

60,000 Dollars

Makerere University, Uganda Matyrs University, Nkozi, kumba University, Uganda Christian University, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Islamic University in Uganda, Mbale

22

Wellcome Trust

Neglected Diseases of Africa (NDOA): Capacity Building Project

2008-2012 (submitted)

GBP 7Million.

CTVM, University of Edinburgh, Makerere University (host) Dr Susan Welburn, CTVM, University of Edinburgh, 

  

 

 

  

23

Association of Commonwealth Universities/Carnegie Corp

strengthening Intellectual Property Management at Makerere University.

(2009-2011)

 

25,000 dollars

Dr G. Nasinyama

24

Sida  (SWEDEN

Strengtheing Research Capacity in Higher Education Institutions in Uganda

Jan 2010-June 2014

Swedish Crona 181,000,000 (26million dollars)

Universities in Sweden and Makerere University

25

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Building, Nurturing and Retaining the Next Generation of   Academics

 

2010-2012

1.9 million dollars

 

26

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Developing a webportal for the Next Generation of African Academics Project

 

2011-2012

50,000 dollars

 

27

DFID/ACU Association of Common wealth Universities

Development Research Uptake in Sub-Saharan Africa     Academics Project

2011-2016

4 Million pounds (Coordinated by the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Funded by DFID)

Twenty four (24) universities in Sub-Saharan Africa. Supported areas include Individual Capacity Strengthening, Organisational and Institutional Strengthening, Evaluation research and Impact, and Engagement.

28

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Cambridge Africa Partnership for Research Excellence

Oct 2012-Sept 30 2015

2.5 Million Dollars US 

Makerere University, University of Ghana, Legon and Cambridge University.

29

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Building, Nurturing and Retaining the Next Generation of Academics (Successor Project Approved) Academics (Successor Project Approved)

2013-2016

3.2 million dollars.

 

 

CONSULTANCIES

Jan-Feb 1994 Consultancy with the World Bank

Terms of reference: ‑

  • To review the overall program for tsetse control in order to rationalize donor funding and the use of vehicles, equipment and staff in order to improve efficiency and justify the need for continued IDA funding
  • To review existing arrangements for veterinary diagnostic facilities (including those at Makerere) and establish priority of the proposals presented for IDA funding taking into account GTZ funding and existing and projected demand.
  • To review facilities at the Department of Veterinary Medicine and justify need for improvements in relation to the most efficient utilization of resources and rationalization of responsibilities across departments.

June 1994     Consultancy with the World Bank

Terms of reference: ‑

  • To assist in the follow up to the Mid Term Review of the Livestock Services Project.
  • To develop of long term technical support to the Directorate of Animal Resources from Makerere University
  • To advise on proposals for diagnostic services and national tsetse control programmes

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

  • Member of the Biochemical Society
  • Member of the Association of Veterinary Teachers and Research Workers of Ireland and Britain
  • Member of the British Parasitology Society
  • Member of the Uganda Veterinary Association
  • Member of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • Member of the World Association for Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology
  • Member Board of Trustees of Uganda Veterinary Association
  • Member Uganda Veterinary Board
  • Member of the World Animal Health Organization , Specialist Aquatic Animal Health Commission.
  • Member, Society for Research Administrators International.