Centre for Social Science and Global Health

Archive Research Projects

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  • Accountability in practice, Afghanistan

    This NWO/MAWG funded project assesses the effects of foreign intervention in Afghanistan.

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  • Adapting European health systems to Diversity

    This European union funded action aims to promote the adoption and implementation of policies responding to this increased diversity.

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  • Addressing Social, Cultural and Historical Factors Limiting the Contribution of Medical Laboratory services to antenatal care in Mali

    This NWO funded project will examine how organizational, political, sociocultural and historical factors shape the views of health policymakers and others regarding medical laboratories and how they influence the organization, service delivery ...

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  • Assessment of gender specific aspects in HIV/AIDS prevention activities for ethnic minorities in The Netherlands

    This AIDSFonds funded research conducts a systematic gender assessment of HIV/AIDS prevention activities for ethnic minorities.

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  • CERCA: Community-embedded reproductive health care for adolescents

    The FP7 funded CERCA project aims to contribute to global knowledge about how health systems can be more responsive to the sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents and, by extension, to other health needs of Latin American populations.

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  • COHEMI: Coordinating resources to assess and improve health status of migrants from Latin America

    The EP7 funded COHEMI project aims to provide a clear understanding of the full migration cycle in relation with the health systems in Europe and Latin America and to provide in-depth insight into priority health-related aspects of LA migration.

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  • CoHeRe: Developing Sustainable Community Health Resources in Poor Settings in Uganda

    NWO funded project that aims to contribute to the development of sustainable interventions that will mitigate the effects of the human resource deficit in healthcare and contribute to the achievement of the health-related Millennium Development ...

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  • Coming of age in Burundi: youth's social navigation in fragile contexts

    This NWO funded research project aims to contribute to insight in local youth's experiences and to informing policy and intervention on sustainable peace-building.

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  • Cyberpoli’s, een interactieve ontmoetingsplaats voor kinderen met een chronische aandoening en hun medische behandelaars

    In dit ZonMw onderzoek wordt het functioneren van de cyberpoli voor kinderen met diabetes geëvalueerd door kinderen, ouders en behandelaars.

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  • Developing ART adherence-enhancing interventions in Burkina Faso and Mali

    Financed by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the major objective of this research project is to assess transformations in the strategies for optimizing long term adherence to the HIV-regimen in Resource-poor settings.

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  • Dutch-ness in genes and genealogy: following genetic diversity around science and society

    In this project, financed by the Center for Society & Genomics, researchers investigate the possible consequences DNA research may have on concepts of identity and experience.

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  • Dynamics and Differences of Assisted Reproduction in Sub-Saharan Africa: Technology Transfer, Transnational Networks and Appropriation of Practices

    This project is funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), this projects aims to combine the issue of mobility of users and providers, transnational networks and high technology transfer of ARTs and its local appropriation.

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  • Eating bodies. The eating body in Western practice and theory

    This ERC funded project will explore how 'the eating body is shaped in different Western practices. These will include nutritional research and health care clinics, sites that have a far-reaching impact on how we eat.

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  • Fenomeenonderzoek Chinese mensenhandel/smokkel

    Dit, door het Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie gesubsidieerde, onderzoek heeft tot doel inzicht te verschaffen in de aard en omvang van seksuele dienstverlening en mensenhandel en mensensmokkel vanuit China ten behoeve van de Chinese ...

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  • Filling the Gap: Social institutions and AIDS in Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia.

    This NWO funded projects main hypothesis is that social institutions are being transformed in radical and significant ways to meet the care and support needs of communities overburdened by HIV.

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  • Health Inequality in Colombian Prisons: A Result of Moral Disquisitions?

    In Discipline and Punish, Foucault argues that prisons have been designed to punish, correct and socially reintegrate people who have broken the law. This research proposal aims to show the way in which those goals conflict with the purpose of ...

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  • Het laboratorium van de toekomstbestendige langdurige zorg

    Dit onderzoek, gefinancierd door het Ministerie VWS, heeft als eerste doel de effectiviteit van de methodiek van 'De Werkvloer Centraal' vaststellen.

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  • Human Rights and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic: global impact on moral and political subjectivity

    This NWO Vidi funded project is a multi-sited ethnographic research study of rights-based HIV/AIDS programs and the consequences of these programs on the politico-moral subjectivities of clients and health providers.

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  • Intergenerational Transmission of Violence and Resilience in Burundi

    Burundi has been mired in cyclical violence since its independence in 1962. In 2005 it emerged from a 12-year civil war that left the country devastated. It is now beginning to reap the dividends of the peace process but faces the formidable ...

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  • INTREC: INDEPTH Training and Research Centres of Excellence

    INTREC is funded by the European Union. Its collaboration action is envisioned to address health inequities in LMICs of Africa and Asia by developing sustainable capacity for research for health and its social determinants, and by facilitating ...

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