Our Impact
as of 2024

The CARTA program has evolved over the last ten years of its implementation with each five-year cycle building on the last period. Now that we have over 200 PhDs enrolled and more than half of them having graduated we are focused increasingly on securing their future and transforming their institutions.

CARTA ECR STATUS

Fellows Enrolled
0
Graduates
0

8.5%

Drop-out Rate

Out of the 245 fellows enrolled and strengthened in their research capacity through Joint Advanced Seminars, 21 have been terminated from the programme.

Geographical distribution of fellows by home institution

Distribution of the 245 CARTA fellows awarded between 2011 – 2020 by institution of employment at the time of registration.

3122

peer reviewed articles 

USD 31M

in external grants including at least 24 non-CARTA post-doctoral awards

Gender Distribution

Fellows

56%

136 of 245 fellows

Female

44%

109 of 245 fellows

male

Gender
Distribution
Graduates

55%

90 of 163 fellows

Female

45%

73 of 163 fellows

male

INSTITUTIONALIZATION ACHIEVEMENTS

594

Faculty and staff trained in institutional research support

5

Institutions have adopted CARTA curricula for different interventions (Obafemi, Rwanda, Moi, Makerere University & Ibadan)

245

243 Supervisors benefited from workshops to strengthen the supervision of post-graduate students

166

Faculty members of partner institutions trained to facilitate adopted CARTA interventions at their respective institutions

283

Faculty members trained in ToTs organized by partner institutions (local ToTs)

168

PhD candidates at partner institutions trained through the institutionalized CARTA JAS curriculum

 

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