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GLUK has a positive impact on its internal and surrounding communities. This has largely been possible through our Faculties and School;  our dedicated and knowledgeable scholars,

The University’s research environment encourages innovative, cross-disciplinary collaboration. Bearing in mind research is at the heart of our heritage, our present and our vision for the future. Our contributions have shaped and are still shaping the Great Lakes Region and the world today.

We're now at the forefront of research and our research environment spreads far beyond our campus. We maximise our impact through external funding, licensing, partnering with other organisations, bringing benefits to individuals, businesses and communities.





GRANTS DONE BY GREAT LAKES UNIVERSITY OF KISUMU
  2016 Projects and Research       
S. No Project Name Lead Evaluator Objectives From to $ KShs
1 APHRC Prof. Stephen Okeyo To increase contraceptive prevalence rates in Busia and Siaya counties with an aim of improving maternal  and child health 1st Feb 2016  Jan-17 27,841.00 2,784,100.00
2 3ie Dr. Careena Otieno To test immunization intervention 23rd Dec 2015  15th Feb 2017 199,879 19,987,900
3 HERA Dr. Margaret Kaseje To improve Maternal and Neonatal Health Jan-16   5,000 500,000
4 HERA Dr. Margaret Kaseje   May-16   20,023 2,002,300
  TOTAL 252,743 25,274,300
         
 2015 Projects and Research       
 S.No Project Name Lead Evaluator  Objectives From To $ KShs
1 SIHCLIC Dr. Margaret Kaseje   1-Jan-13 31-Dec-17 16,901.62 1,690,162.00
2 IOWA Dr. Jane Mumma   1-Aug-15 30-Sep-16 9,708.43 970,843.00
3 MATHETICA Prof. Gonzo Manyasi   13-Oct-15 27-Jan-16 57,291 5,729,180
4 APHRC Prof. Gonzo Manyasi To increase contraceptive prevalence rates in Busia and Siaya counties with an aim of improving maternal health 1-Feb-15 31-Jan-16 31,880 3,188,022
5 BAKRI BALOON Prof. Gonzo Manyasi   2015   17,959 1,795,935
6 GEO HEALTH Kevin Ocholla   2015   2,435 243,500
7 London Sch of Hygiene-CHEPSA Prof. John Alwar To develop capacities for schools of public health in health systems research and policy analysis 2015   24,308 2,430,874
8 SIMAVI ASK Dr. Charles Wafula to improve access to Sexual Reproductive Health to young pple 2015   326,344 32,634,400
9 SIMAVI UFBR Dr. Charles Wafula To strengthen and scale up community health strategy 2015   80,835 8,083,519
10 SIMAVI-0R Dr. Charles Wafula To access Meaningful Youth participation in Health Systems Management 2015   28,831 2,883,103
11 university of Ottawa Prof. Dan Kaseje   Aug-15 Aug-16 9,780 978,069
12 KCDF Dr. Margaret Kaseje   Apr-15   4,319 431,951
13 Sanitation and Hygiene Applied Research Equity SHARE 1 (London Sch. Of Hygiene & Trop. Med) Dr. Jane Mumma To assess the relative importance of different multi-level factors in predicting the contamination of different exposure pathways, and to characterize high-risk population sub-groups in relation to WASH-related disease burden. 2015   44,480.74 4,448,074
14 University of IOWA Dr. Jane Mumma to understand the spatial patterns by which fecally transmitted microbes are dispersed across an environment impacted by open feces disposal and to identify environmental and social drivers of those patterns Aug-15 Aug-16 9,708 970,842
  TOTAL 664,784 66,478,474
         
 2013 Projects and Research       
S.No Project Name Lead Evaluator  Objectives From To $ KShs
1 SIMAVI   Scaling-up the youth and women SRH service utilization 1 January 2013 31 December 2015 370,588 37,058,800
2 Consortium for National Health Research (CNHR)    strengthening health systems through research 1 April 2013 31 July 2013 240,395 24,039,500
3 SIMAVI   Inception Phase: Capacity development for youth participation 1 November 2013 28 February 2014 126,289 12,628,900
  TOTAL 737,272 73,727,200
 2012 Projects and Project       
 S.No Project Name Lead Evaluator  Objectives From To $ KShs
1 Consortium for Health Policy and Systems Analysis in Africa (CHEPSAA)   Consortium for Health Policy and Systems Analysis in Africa 15 March 2012 30-Sep-15 154,735 15,473,500
2 IntraHealth International Inc. (USAID)- FUNZO   Developing a training strategy for the community health workforce 15 March 2012 30-Sep-14 345,187 34,518,700
3 World Health Organization (WHO)   Kenya Service Availability and Readiness Assessment and Mapping (SARAM) in all health care facilities - Nyanza and Western Regions 5 April 2012 31 May 2013 116,891 11,689,100
  TOTAL 616,813 61,681,300
 2011 Projects and Projects       
 S.No Project Name Lead Evaluator  Objectives 
From To $ KShs
2 CHRESS   Supporting the development of hubs for research and training 1-Mar-11 30-Sep-14 318,149 31,814,900
2 United Nations Internation Childrens Fund(UNICEF)   Acceleration of Material, New born and child survical and development 1 August 2011 31 July 2012 252,817 25,281,700
  TOTAL 570,966 57,096,600
 2010 Projects and Projects       
S. No
 Project Name
 Lead Evaluator
 Objectives  From  To  $  KShs.
1 SIMAVI   TICH CBO 1 January 2010 31 December 2011 186,551 18,655,100
2 University of Ottawa/IDRC- TEASDALE   Documenting Capacity Strengthening Approaches and best practices across the Teasdale-Corti Team Grants 5 May 2010 31-Dec-12 2,346 234,600
  TOTAL 188,897 18,889,700
 2009 Projects and Projects       
 S.No. Project Name Lead Evaluator  objectives From To $ KShs
1 University of Ottawa/IDRC - TEASDALE   Strengthening Nurses' capacity in HIV policy Development in Sub-Saharan Africa and Caribean 19 January 2009 31 December 2012 247,641 24,764,100
2 Africa Health Systems Initiative/ IDRC (AHSI)   Linking Community Based Health Information System and Institutional Health System for Effective Decision Making 18 December 2009 19 June 2013 278,436 27,843,600
TOTAL 526,077 52,

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