The Letten House Research Center (LHRC) was established in 2010 to cater for the students engaged in the Better Health and Education for the African Mother and Child program that was started in Zimbabwe and Tanzania in 2000. The scientific programs running at LHRC is a collaboration between University of Zimbabwe and University of Oslo. The continuation of the agreement
between the two universities where renewed and signed in October 2011 by the rector of UiO and the Vice Councelor of University of Zimbabwe.
The LHRC is a meeting area and organizational centre with facilities, large office space, internet and a good and stable atmosphere available to all of the enrolled students.
Better Health for the African Mother and Child Research Study (BHAMC)
Dr Danai Tavonga Zhou
Letten Foundation Research Centre takes pride in celebrating yet another Phd graduate in the Letten Family. Danai Tavonga Zhou successfully…
Dr Rutendo Gutsire graduation
Letten Foundation Research Centre would like to congratulate Rutendo Gutsire for attaining her PhD at Witwatersrand University in South Afri…
Letten Foundation Research Centre successfully hosted a Mullen training in conjunction with the birth cohort group from the University of Zi…
Patience Kuona defence
Congratulations to Dr Patience Kuona who successfully defended her PhD at the University of Oslo in Norway. The event was held on 18 Decembe…
Letten Board Chairperson visit
The Letten Board Chairperson, Ernst Alsaker visited Letten Foundation Research Centre, Zimbabwe from 3 April to 6 April 2016. His visit foll…
Gwendolene’s defense in Norway
Gwendolene Kandawasvika after the defence in Norway Letten Foundation Research Centre congratulate Gwendolene Kandawasvika for successfully…