In previous years, the output of the researches has increased through continued support in providing trainings to faculties and staffs to conduct rigorous clinical health services research and development of the Research & manuscript writing for publication. However, like many developing countries, the institution is challenged by lack of critical mass of researchers, fragmented research outputs, poor integration of research, training and service provisions, lack of collaboration among researchers (locally and internationally) and with other development actors and insufficient international linkages. It is important to anchor our actions on evidence from robust data analysis and research. It is also imperative to support departments to ensure every clinical and educational approach reflect the best available evidence and practices. Operations research should also address important questions that are immediately relevant to the community need and inform decision makers. Thus, the project aims to creating strong research culture that enhances progress towards open science, encourages inter-disciplinarily and improves the collaboration among academia, service providers and policy makers with the ultimate goal of improving the lives the population. This will also improve our ability to recruit the best researchers and improve the quality service provision.