Graduates

Our Impact

Our Impact

as of December 2021

The Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) is a collaboration jointly led by the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC), Kenya, and the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), South Africa.

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faculty and administrative staff

594

594 institutional-based faculty and
administrative staff benefited from
CARTA workshops to strengthen their
capacity to support research and research
management at institutional level

INSTITUTIONAL AWARDS

57

57 institutionalization project awards

SUPERVISORS

211

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

external funding RAISED

$20 M (USD)

USD 20 Million external grants raised
by fellows and graduates.

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (SOURCE- SELF-REPORTED)

1180

Total of peer – reviewed
publications

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.

93%

Retention Rate

Out of the 245 fellows enrolled and strengthened in their research
capacity through Joint Advanced Seminars, 228 remained in the programme.

47 fellows benefitted from 57 CARTA post-doctoral awards

Fellows are eligible for up to 2 post-doctoral awards.

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Fellows Awarded

47 fellows benefitted

57

Awards
issued

CARTA
post-doctoral awards

57%

Female

Of the 126 CARTA graduates, 57% were female.

43%

Male

Of the 126 CARTA graduates, 43% were male.

gender
distribution

Gender distribution of CARTA fellows and graduates

CARTA Fellows gender distribution: 57% Female and 43% Male.

CARTA Graduates gender distribution: 57% Female and 43% Male.