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The rankings presented above suggest that characteristics associated with '''<u>equality</u>''' are of greatest importance to participants. Three of the top four ranked characteristics relate to the affirmation of partners as equals in any science-for-development collaboration. Ensuring equal access to project outputs (e.g., reports, journal articles) (#1) and data generated as part of the partnership (#2) are the factors valued most by those questioned. This is closely followed by the partnership treating all members as equals (#3). Other characteristics associated with this ‘equality’ theme are ensuring opportunities for co-authorship of research outputs (#7), and opportunity for all members of the partnership to contribute to project design (#9).
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The rankings presented above suggest that characteristics associated with '''<u>equality</u> '''are of greatest importance to participants. Three of the top four ranked characteristics relate to the affirmation of partners as equals in any science-for-development collaboration. Ensuring equal access to project outputs (e.g., reports, journal articles) (#1) and data generated as part of the partnership (#2) are the factors valued most by those questioned. This is closely followed by the partnership treating all members as equals (#3). Other characteristics associated with this ‘equality’ theme are ensuring opportunities for co-authorship of research outputs (#7), and opportunity for all members of the partnership to contribute to project design (#9).
  
 
Secondary to these ‘equality’ values are a set of values relating to '''<u>resources</u> '''and the resourcing of partners. Access to training and capacity building (#3) was prioritised more than access to funding and financial resources (#5), expertise (#11), or facilities (#13). Finally a set of values can be identified which relate to the partnership '''<u>process</u>'''. Respectful dialogue (#5) and frequent email communications between partnership members ranked relatively highly (#8).
 
Secondary to these ‘equality’ values are a set of values relating to '''<u>resources</u> '''and the resourcing of partners. Access to training and capacity building (#3) was prioritised more than access to funding and financial resources (#5), expertise (#11), or facilities (#13). Finally a set of values can be identified which relate to the partnership '''<u>process</u>'''. Respectful dialogue (#5) and frequent email communications between partnership members ranked relatively highly (#8).

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