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SUNRAY findings

SUNRAY was a collaborative effort by 4 European universities, 4 universities from sub-Saharan Africa, a non-governmental organisation and a institution that funds research in Africa to identify priorities for nutrition research in sub-Saharan Africa. SUNRAY was conducted from January 1, 2010 until December 31, 2012. The findings are summarised in a number of manuscripts:

  • A paper summarises the findings of the SUNRAY on priorities for nutrition research and enabling environment is published in Plos Med. - free download
  • The views of African researchers on how the operating environment for nutrition research can be improved in sub-Saharan Africa were published in Plos One. - free download
  • As an outcome of this SUNRAY, a Roadmap for nutrition research in sub-Saharan Africa was circulated for consultation internationally. Please find the document here...

 

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SUNRAY prepared 5 background papers on nutrition research challenges related to environmental changes in Africa. In particular 1) demographic changes, 2) climate changes, 3) social changes, 4) international markets and 5) water availability. Dowload here...

 

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