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National priorities for research for health are essential for countries to guide research expenditure; promote science, technology and innovation for health; stimulate human resource development for research and negotiate with partners for targeted funding and long-term efforts. With priorities, the science and innovation sectors can flourish to support health, equity and development.
National 'priorities for research for health' define the most urgent research needs for a country to achieve better health. A rigorous and inclusive priority setting process ensures that the national research for health priorities balance the needs of the different stakeholders - policy makers, health systems, researchers, communities, business enterprise sector - with the needs of the research for health system to achieve short, medium and long term objectives.
Credibly set and regularly updated research priorities allow:
researchers and funders to align their activities with national requirements;
government to measure the impact of national research for health;
informed citizens, CSOs and NGOs to hold researchers, research institutions and the government to account.
Validity status of countries’ national research agendas
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No research priorities have been set
Not known if the country has a research agenda
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