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THE SMOKELESS VILLAGE PROJECT

About our research collaboration

We are a research collaboration led by The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland,  and The University of `Malawi collaborating with a team from the University of Nottingham, tackling household air pollution through a community led concept entitled the Smokeless Village. Our project is funded by the Irish Research Council. 

 

WHO WE ARE

 Our core team includes: 

Dr Debbi Stanistreet (RCSI) 

Professor Joseph Mfutso-Bengo ( University of Malawi )

Dr Vincent Jumbe (University of Malawi)

Dr Aisling Walsh (RCSI) 

Dr Sarah Jewitt (University of Nottingham) 

Dr Mike Clifford (University of Nottingham) 

Dr Maria Holden (University of Nottingham) 

For more information contact debbistanistreet@rcsi.ie 

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NEWS AND UPDATES

Since 2000, The Smokeless Village Project has been making a difference in the greater San Francisco community. Over the years, we have grown to be the leading Medical Research Foundation — and take pride in our ability to impact the lives of those in need and help them reach their fullest potential. Our contributions have been featured in the media, and we’re proud to share all of our latest news with you. Read all about our latest achievements!

Scientist on Computer

LOCAL FOUNDATION WRITES $1,000,000 CHECK

January 12, 2023

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REPORT: LOCAL FOUNDATION CHANGES LIVES

January 12, 2023

 

CONTACT US

123 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland

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