Leading research collaborations on chronic diseases worldwideFind out more
Our key areas
We fund, develop and facilitate innovative research collaborations between low- and middle-income and high-income countries in the fight against chronic diseases.
One in ten of the world’s population will have type 2 diabetes by 2035.
Heart disease is a major contributor to the growing global pandemic of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Mental disorders represent an ever-increasing burden, to all ages of the population, challenging mental health and health systems.
A leading cause of chronic-disease related death in the world. More than 30% of cancers are preventable.
Chronic lung diseases such as asthma, lung cancer, and chronic pulmonary obstructive disease.
See what our researchers are working on
Our dedicated teams are involved in many research projects around the globe.
- Sri Lanka
A lifestyle intervention program for the prevention of type 2 diabetes mellitus among South Asian women with gestational diabetes mellitus
- New Zealand
Pathways to First Episode Psychosis and Outcomes in Maori New Zealand
Systematic Medical Assessment, Referral and Treatment for Diabetes care using Lay Family Health Promoters - SMART Diabetes
SMART Mental Health
Implementing evidence into practice to improve chronic lung disease management in Indigenous Australians: the "Breathe Easy, Walk Easy-Lungs for Life" (BE WELL) project
- New Zealand
Indigenous Solutions:Enabling Maori & Pacific Mental Health Resilience