Graduates

CARTA helps universities develop exciting environments for academic and research pursuits. It supports promising African scholars in affiliated universities to obtain high-quality doctoral training in public and population health.

Over the course of four years, each cohort of students attends four advanced seminars–Joint Advanced Seminars (JAS)– each running 3 to 4 weeks. The JAS expose students to key theories and concepts, seminal readings, and research methods of disciplines relevant to public and population health; they train students in critical research skills; and build and maintain a network of researchers for scientific collaborations, professional support, and mutually beneficial exchange of scientific resources. The formal training during JAS is complemented by inter-JAS activities that encourage fellows to stay connected and engage with peers and mentors as part of an online community of practice and graduate in a timely manner.

The CARTA program has evolved over the last ten years of its implementation with each five-year cycle addressing pertinent issues for building research capacity at the partner institutions whilst taking into consideration the stage of maturity of the program and the lessons learned from the implementation.

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