The objective of ARMMAN Ethics Review Board (AERB) is to ensure members of the ARMMAN team are well versed with research ethics discourse and the obligations they have towards communities they engage with through programs, interventions and research. Another objective is to ensure that rights and safety of participating communities and individuals is safeguarded in compliance with the national and international research ethics guidelines and relevant regulatory
AERB Secretariat aims to ensure an appropriate and sustainable system for reviewing the scientific merit and ethical soundness of all research, as per the guidelines laid out by the Indian Council of Medical Research’s National Ethical Guidelines for Biomedical and Health Research Involving Human Participants (ICMR, 2017).
ARMMAN’s registration with the Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (Government of India) has been approved. EC/NEW/INST/2021/2064