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Table 2 Evolution of the partnership, 2006—2010

From: Establishing and sustaining research partnerships in Africa: a case study of the UK-Africa Academic Partnership on Chronic Disease

End of Year 1 (2007) End of Year 2 (2008) End of Year 3* (2010)
Burkina Faso (1) Cameroon (3) Cameroon (3)
(Med - 1) (Anth-1; Ling -1; Psy-1) (Anth-1; Ling -1; Psy-1)
Ghana (10) Ghana (12) Ghana (13)
(Anth-1; B.Sci -1;Geog-1; Psy-2; Med-4; Nutr-1) (Anth-1; B.Sci -1;Geog-2; Psy-2; PubH-1; Med-4; Nutr-1) (Anth-1; B.Sci -1;Geog-2; Pol-1; Psy-2; PubH-1; Med-4; Nutr-1)
Nigeria (2) Kenya (1) Kenya (1)
 (Med -2) (PubH-1) (PubH-1)
UK (10) The Netherlands (1) The Netherlands (1)
(Anth-1; Med-2; Nutr-1; Psy-5; Soc-1) (PubH-1) (PubH-1)
Total number: 23 Nigeria (3) Malaysia (1)
 (Med-3) (Anth-1)
  South Africa (1) Nigeria (4)
 (H.Sci-1) (Med-3; Pol-1)
  UK (14) South Africa (1)
 (Anth-1; Hsci-1;Med-4; Nutr-3; Psy-5) (H.Sci-1)
  Total Number: 35 UK (15)
  (H.Sci-1;Med-5; Nutr-3; PubH-1; Psy-5)
   US (3)
  (Med-1; HSci-2)
   Total Number: 42
  1. Key: Anth – Anthropology; B.Sci – Biological Sciences; Geog – Geography; H.Sci – Health Sciences; Med – Medicine (including Psychiatry); Nutr- Nutrition; Pol – Policy; Psy – Psychology; PubH – Public Health; Soc – Sociology;
  2. Note: Profile excludes postgraduate student members from Ghana (5), UK (5), Denmark (2) and the US (1) who joined in Years 1 and 2.