GSL Publishes New Study Evaluating ODA-funded Ranting Mechanisms for Global Health and Development Research Initiated in High-income Countries

Director Steven J. Hoffman, Investigator and Research Director Adèle Cassola, Research Fellow Prativa Baral, and John-Arne Røttingen published a new study which evaluates ODA-funded granting mechanisms for global health and development research initiated in high-income countries.

Through a document synthesis and interviews with research funders in ODA donor and recipient countries, the authors evaluated the performance of this funding approach across seven donor-country programmes from five donor countries and examined the institutional design elements that increase its chances of advancing development goals and addressing global challenges.

The findings show that carefully designed programmes provide a promising pathway to producing valuable and contextually relevant knowledge on global health and development issues.

Read the open-access article here.


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