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Improving the Employability of Salford Graduates through International Multi-Disciplinary Placements

This project will provide bursaries for 30 Salford students to enable them to join multi-disciplinary international placements in Uganda. The placements will be managed in collaboration with our Partner Charity, Knowledge4Change and partner organisations in the UK and Ugandan Blood Transfusion Services, the Kyaninga Child Development Project and a project involving Kabarole Health District on anti-microbial resistance in Uganda.

Funding Body: Higher Education Innovation Fund

Project value: £37,000

Project timeline: December 2016 – July 2017

Project Team: James Ackers-Johnson (Project Manager)

Website  http://www.knowledge4change.org.uk/eep/