Involvement in review of HAF proposals for State Ministry of Health (SMOH) for Anambra state government
Monitoring of implementation of HAF projects for NACA in southeast and south-south Nigeria
Staff of HPRG have undertaken numerous studies on socio-economics and epidemiology of HIV/AIDS including 1) assessing the benefit incidence analysis of expenditures on ART and Malaria programmes; 2) investigating the level of catastrophic spending by consumers due to ART and malaria; 3) Socio-economics of adherence to ARVs; 4) Perceptions and attitude to HIV by the general population
International capacity building workshops and conferences on HIV and malaria such as the Multilateral initiative on Malaria in Africa conference in Yaoundé Cameroun in 2005, the Harvard AIDS Initiative conference on “Economic analysis of HIV/AIDS” in Boston, USA in 2006. International Health economics Association conference, Copenhagen Denmark in 2007, inaugural conference of the African health economics association Accra, Ghana in 2009
Capacity development of policy makers, especially those in SMOH on health economics, health policy and management as well as in research methods as part of activities of the DFID-funded RPC known as the Consortium for Research on Equitable Health Systems (CREHS).
Lead consultants in the development of costed Medium-term sector strategies (MTSS) and annual operational plans (AOP) for all the Departments, Agencies and parastatals in the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH)
HPRG staff has been helping the FMOH to develop its MTSS since 2006. Development of MTSS and AOP also involves helping the HIV/AIDS division in the FMOH to develop and cost both their medium-term and annual operational plans
Health System Governance assessment of the Nigerian Health system for the World Health Organization African Regional Office (AFRO).
Staffs of HPRG are actively involved in the sustainability of community-based interventions such as community-directed treatment with ivermectin in Africa and have reviewed the malaria control programme in Sudan and the malaria eradication programme in Oman.
HPRG has very strong research capability, including operational research and has a long list of publications in the health sector.
HPRG understands the Nigerian health policy environment; the health system and has established a good track record of working with policy makers and civil society especially in Anambra and Enugu states of Nigeria
HPRG has undertaken numerous research projects in close collaboration with policy makers at all levels of government in Nigeria
HPRG is currently working on scaling up malaria control strategies in Nigeria in partnership with Malaria Consortium and ACT Consortium.
HPRG was the Project Implementation Facilitators (PIF) for the Anambra Malaria Control Booster project.
HPRG is also partnering with PATHS 2 in strengthening the health systems in Nigeria
HPRG is involved in CHEPSAA which is a coordinated action project, supported by the WHO Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research. The aim is to consolidate relevant research and educational programmes and develop a stronger engagement between the research and policy communities by strengthening involved African universities’ capacity to support Health policy and Systems Research (HPSR)
HPRG is involved in EUFP7-funded Eval-Health research project which is designing and testing Monitoring and Evaluation tolls for European Union-funded Research and Development and Sector Budget Support projects
HPRG has linkages with the department of Community Health of the following universities: University of Ibadan, University of Ife, Lagos State University, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Nnewi, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, University of Sokoto and Bayero University Kano. It also has linkages with National academy of Science Nigeria.