Unorthodox Prize 2013 awarded to the Centre for Global Health project Evidence Aid
A groundbreaking CGH project Evidence Aid has been awarded the ‘Unorthodox Prize 2013′. We were one of 250 submissions from around the world. In addition to the prize and potential for follow-on funding, there is non-financial support provided to help Evidence Aid to reach its full potential.
The Unorthodox Prize Panel says “We chose Evidence Aid for several reasons. First, its founder, Professor Mike Clarke, [Queens University Belfast and Associate Director at Centre for Global Health, TCD], and the organization itself seem outstanding, with great reputations in their field. Consequently, we believe Evidence Aid has an excellent chance of achieving its ambitions, perhaps more than other proposals we received". Bonnix Kayabu (pictured), who is a Research Assistant and Evidence Aid Coordinator at the Centre for Global Health, presented a poster at the Cochrane Colloquium in Quebec in September 2013.