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Canada funds monkeypox collaborations with Africa

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Rapid-response research to contribute to global decision-making and planning

The Canadian government is offering funding for research collaborations with Africa that can quickly inform clinical and health system management of the global monkeypox outbreak.

The joint call from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the International Development Research Centre is for projects co-led by Canadian and African researchers. Up to CA$3 million (US$2.3m) is available for each two-year grant. The two funders do not specify the total funding available.

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