About 15% of active InCHIP grants in FY15 involved health behavior change interventions designed or adapted for sustainability around the world. InCHIP has currently funded or completed projects in Albania, Brazil, China, Ethiopia, India, Malaysia, Mozambique, South Africa, Russia, Thailand, Uganda, Ukraine, and Vietnam. InCHIP’s research portfolio in Africa is especially robust, comprising approximately $24.7 million in active grants across all years since FY02. Much of this work is in the core problem area of HIV/AIDS, although select examples of research in other health areas include a recent line of autism research studies in Albania and a completed health communication campaign study evaluated for effectiveness in several developing countries across the globe.
InCHIP Global Health Resources