APHRC has designed and piloted a number of training programs to meet the growing demand from individuals and institutions for stronger research capacity. APHRC is currently developing its Research Leadership and Training Center to meet its growing need for training facilities.

The Center runs training programs to meet the growing demand from individuals and institutions in these thematic areas:

  • Research Leadership: We focus on developing and supporting research leaders in sub-Saharan Africa to become globally recognized.
  • Institutional Leadership and Management: We support senior leadership at African institutions to lead and drive change.
  • Research Communication: We target researchers, policy makers, and media to bridge existing research and policy gaps and facilitate translation and use of evidence in policy formulation.

Collection, Analysis and Utilization of Data on Violence Against Women and Girls in Africa_French

The purpose of the course is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and institutions to systematically, consistently and regularly collect, analyze, utilize data related to violence against women and girls (VAWG) in line with international and regional standards to inform laws, policies, and programs, and to track progress towards national, regional, and continental commitments to end VAWG. 

Collection, Analysis and Utilization of Data on Violence Against Women and Girls in Africa_English

The purpose of the course is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and institutions to systematically, consistently and regularly collect, analyze, utilize data related to violence against women and girls (VAWG) in line with international and regional standards to inform laws, policies, and programs, and to track progress towards national, regional, and continental commitments to end VAWG. 

Collection, Analysis and Utilization of Data on Violence Against Women and Girls in Africa

The purpose of the course is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and institutions to systematically, consistently and regularly collect, analyze, utilize data related to violence against women and girls (VAWG) in line with international and regional standards to inform laws, policies, and programs, and to track progress towards national, regional, and continental commitments to end VAWG. 

Introduction to Moodle

Upon completion of this self-paced course you will be able to navigate the Moodle environment and play with  Moodle development elements in your own course sandbox.  

Global Early Adolescent Study Toolkit Training

The course targets post-graduate students and early/mid-level career researchers working in gender and adolescence. The objective is to develop their capacity to understand how to apply the GEAS toolkit to measure gender norms and attitudes in adolescence. The course is hosted by the HRP Alliance Hub at APHRC whose mission is to serve as a regional knowledge translation hub for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). The Hub works to develop the capacity of researchers to conduct research in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).