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Impact Grants

This grant scheme is designed to strengthen capacity for health research that will have an impact on the control of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), tuberculosis or malaria. This call is primarily to support acquisition of skills for research that addresses implementation bottlenecks, identifies optimal approaches for real life settings, and promotes the uptake of research findings. The goal is improved health care and its delivery. 

The Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) invites applications from individuals and research teams based in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) for grants to support research capacity strengthening and knowledge management. In 2014 it is anticipated that 20-30 new grants (up to a maximum US$ 50,000 each) will be awarded.

This grant scheme is designed to strengthen capacity for health research that will have an impact on the control of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), tuberculosis or malaria. This call is primarily to support acquisition of skills for research that addresses implementation bottlenecks, identifies optimal approaches for real life settings, and promotes the uptake of research findings. The goal is improved health care and its delivery.

Grants will provide support to:
  • improve (or acquire) skills, and contribute to long-term achievements and sustainability of research efforts.
  • address specific knowledge management needs that can advance the understanding, analysis and application of interventions.

Eligibility
The grant is targeted to resident nationals of low- and middle-income countries. Applications can be
submitted by individuals employed in ministries of health, research institutes or academia as well as
other health related organisations, with responsibility for planning, implementing research and/or evaluating disease control programmes. Applications must be endorsed by the head of the applicant’s institution and collaborators. Proposals must contribute to the research capacity of the applicant’s institution.

Moreinfo: http://www.who.int/tdr/grants/en
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