We research and collaborate
In order to promote physical activity and wellbeing among primary school children and teachers:
We work in close collaboration with our partners
The Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Basel, Switzerland) is a world-leading institute in global health with a particular focus on low- and middle-income countries. Associated with the University of Basel, Swiss TPH combines research, services, education and training.
The Centre Suisse de Recherches Scientifiques en Côte d’Ivoire (Abdijan, Côte d’Ivoire) is a research centre active in the fields of biodiversity, food security, environment and health. Its mission is to initiate, encourage, support and carry out research for sustainable development in Côte d’Ivoire and West Africa.
The Ifakara Health Institute (Ifakara, Tanzania) is a leading research organization in Africa, with strong track records in developing, testing and validating innovations for health. The institute’s work spans across biomedical and ecological sciences, intervention studies, health-systems research, monitoring and evaluation and policy translation.
The Eastern Cape Department of Education (Bhisho, South Africa) offers quality education and training systems to the schools of the province. Its mission is to provide socially relevant and economically responsive programmes that address the human resource needs of the province and ultimately empower South Africa as a country.
The Eastern Cape Department of Health (Bhisho, South Africa) provides quality health service to the province promoting a better life for all. Emphasis is on the primary health care approach and optimally utilising all resources, in order to enable all present and future generations to enjoy health and quality of life.
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The Novartis Foundation (Basel, Switzerland) is a philanthropic organization aiming to have a sustainable impact on the health of low-income communities. The Foundation tackles global health challenges through a mix of programmatic work, health outcomes research, and their translation into policy. Around the world the foundation is working to address hypertension, and related cardiovascular complications, and to accelerate efforts to eliminate leprosy and malaria by focusing on interventions that aim to interrupt transmission.
Fondation Botnar (Basel, Switzerland) is a philanthropic foundation, founded in 2003 by Marcela Botnar, wife of businessman and philanthropist Octav Botnar. The foundation's focus is on leveraging the latest technologies to improve the health and wellbeing of children and adolescents in low-and-middle-income countries.