SUMMIT Institute of Development and University of Mataram is collaborating with Harvard School of Public Health, SEAMEO RECFON, University of Andalas and Helen Keller International in the HENRI. HENRI is aimed at training a cadre of Indonesian scientists and public health professionals in the analysis and use of country level data for decision-making by:
- establishing an active educational data repository and access portal
- developing and implementing a curriculum for training of integrated and applied data analysis with the focus on obtaining results for policy making, program planning, and impact evaluation
- enhancing the capacity of universities and institutions in Indonesia to provide higher education and training in research on maternal and newborn health and nutrition by providing scholarships and fellowships for researchers and government officials to study in Indonesia and abroad with HENRI partners, providing funds to analyze and publish findings, and build mentoring networks.
The activity is funded by the United States Agency for International Development-Indonesia through Harvard School of Public Health.