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1) Assessing Cost-Effectiveness of Delivery Methods for Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention in Children in Northern Nigeria(Kano). Electronic data collection using android cellphones.
Client: Clinton Health Access Initiative
2)Pre-test of Child, Caregiver, and Household Well-being Program Evaluation Survey Tools in Nigeria
Client:Measure Evaluation
3)SURE-P World Bank Evaluation Project on the Formative Assessment of Midwife Recruitment and Retention Strategies for the Nigeria Subsidy Reinvestment Empowerment Program (SURE-P) Maternal and Child Health Initiative.
Client: World Bank, Subsidy Reinvestment Empowerment Program (SURE-P) Maternal and Child Health Initiative


Centre for Research, Evaluation Resources and Development (CRERD) is a non-profit, non­ governmental organization concerned with improving the understanding and delivery of population and health services and environmental development in Nigeria and other countries in Africa. The organization is an outgrowth of the Operations Research Unit and Network, Obafemi Awolowo University, lIe-lfe, sponsored by The Population Council of New York, U.S.A. for a period of four years. READ MORE

Ethics Review Process for Research Involving Human Participants Policy

CRERD’s management board has formulated a policy for the conduct of research involving human participants. This policy applies to all research conducted by CRERD. It is intended to protect the Researcher and/or Principal Investigator, the Subject and CRERD jointly, and protect various rights and responsibilities of the respective parties to the research endeavour. Information provided by the Principal Investigator (PI) in these documents is confidential and will be retained in the files of CRERD’s Research Management Unit.
CRERD affirms that researchers must respect the safety, welfare, and dignity of human participants in their research and treat them equally, fairly, and not as a means to an end. CRERD values the academic freedom of its researchers but holds that academic freedom is complemented by the requirement to respect the rights of human participants.
This policy acknowledges the need for continuing interpretation and refinement of applicable policies to account for changes in research methods, contexts and cultures. It is imperative that researchers strive for ethical conduct. Ethical guidelines need to be respected and revised as necessary. CRERD’s principal reference for ethics review is the Declaration of Helsinki.[1] 

Selected Research Activities by CRERD
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To provide the best quality research and evaluation services in our expertise area.

To engage in research and evaluation training in the areas of Population, Health systems and Environment in Africa particularly in Nigeria.
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