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Research & Development

The GRS Research & Development team aims to continually produce innovative, high impact health education materials and to be the leaders in evidence-based research in the Sport for Development field. Working closely with the Research Advisory Board as well as GRS coaches, staff, and volunteers, the R&D team creates new sport-based educational products that are research-driven and culturally relevant.

In addition to creating HIV educational products, the R&D team works as consultants to develop educational material for some of the world’s most pressing physical and social health issues, including malaria, peace-building, obesity, gender based violence, substance abuse, and others.  The R&D team provides technical assistance in the form of curriculum development, training, and monitoring and evaluation.