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Analysis for the se- nior co-author was funded by initiation funds from the Uppsala University Sustainability Initiatives on Social Justice.
British Academy (BA)
Chinhoyi University of Technology and an Education Department Fund to FR by Stanford University, School of Medicine
D.T.Z. is supported by the Africa Research Excellence Fund (AREF) DDI.02073952402, and NIH Fogarty International Center Grant # 1D43TW011326, awarded to the Biomedical Research Training Institute (BRTI), Zimbabwe’s D43 ATCHIVR Program.
European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013)
L.J.H. is supported by Wellcome Trust Investigator Awards 100974/C/13/Z and 220876/Z/20/Z; and a BBSRC Institute Strategic Programme, Gut Microbes and Health BB/R012490/1, and its constituent projects BBS/E/F/000PR10353 and BBS/E/F/ 000PR10356
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Midlands State University (MSU) through its Research and Innovation Division research funding initiative (
National Institute of Health Research (NIHR), Global Health Research Programme,
National Research Foundation (NRF) of South Africa
National Research Foundation of South Africa
National Research Foundation of South Africa (NRF)
Near-Miss Award
Royal Society and African Academy of Sciences Future Leaders-African Independent Researchers (FLAIR) Scheme funded by the UK Government’s Grand Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) (Fellowship ref:
T.E.M. is supported by NIH Fogarty International Center Grant # D43TW010313, awarded to the University of Buffalo, SUNY, USA and the University of Zimbabwe’s HIV Research Training Program.
The analysis and write-up of the paper for the corresponding author was funded by the Swedish Research Council through the project Living with Microbial Roommates: Health Literacy Capability in Antimicrobial Resistance Educatio
The Royal Society-Future Leaders-African Independent Researcher Fellowship supported by Global Challenges Research Fund
United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Cooperative Agreement number 72061319CA00003—Kunda-Nqob’i TB Project.
University of Johannesburg Research Centre for Synthesis and Catalysis
University of Pretoria, Postgraduate Office scholarships in form of a bursary