Welcome to the G-FINDER survey
The G-FINDER survey tracks annual investment into R&D for new products and technologies to addres priority global health challenges. This includes basic research and the development of new drugs, vaccines, diagnostics and other tools for global health priorities that disproportionately affect people in low- and middle-income countries, including neglected diseases (NDs), emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues.
As part of the ongoing evolution and improvement of the G-FINDER project, we have made the following changes to the survey scope:
- EID-specific multi-disease vector control products have been added to the survey scope; multi-disease fundamental vector control research has been added to both the ND and EID scope
- Pre-eclampsia has been expanded to also include eclampsia and biologics
- The scope for Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), Human papilloma virus (HPV) and HPV-related cervical cancer, and Multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs) has expanded to include microbicides
- The scope of HPV and HPV-related cervical cancer has expanded to include devices & combinations to clear HPV infection or treat cervical lesions
- The scope for syphilis has expanded to include diagnostics for neonatal syphilis
- The scope for contraception has expanded to include vaccines and biologics for short-acting, long-acting reversible (LARC), and multiple or unspecified duration type
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are also collecting funding data for COVID-19 basic research and product development. We note that this is unlikely to fall in your 2019 financial year, but in a rapidly changing environment, we are striving to supplement our tracking of publicly announced funding commitments with confirmed disbursement data. Please provide the date of any disbursements you made, and if applicable what candidate or clinical trial it was for, in the notes column of the survey.
Before you start the survey
Is your data ready to enter?
- Arrange data at grant level
- Collate funds disbursed
- Collate funds received
- Sort data by disease or health issue