African Science Partnership for Intervention Research Excellence
Building Pan-African Research Capacity in One Health
Research areas Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), using methodologies developed within the domains of Climate Change, Global and Environmental Health, Migration, Nanosciences and the Social Sciences have been designated as main areas of joint research action. Multidisciplinary approaches are encouraged. Deadline for submission: 10th June 2018 Communication of funding decision: 10th August 2018 Earliest start of the project: 11th August 2018
The QIAO Plan aims to identify demand-driven projects that enhances the capacity of developing countries to address climate change and to promote nature conservation. It aspires to provide a catalytic financial grant amount of 13.5 million USD for the next five years to support five small-scale and large-scale multi-year climate adaptation and mitigation projects annually in developing countries and regions, particularly the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and the Small Island Developing States (SIDSs), with the aim to strengthen long-term strategies […]
This scheme supports social science researchers who want to develop new standardised ways to conduct research for epidemic preparedness and response. The scheme is a joint initiative between the UK Department for International Development(opens in a new tab) (DFID) and Wellcome.
The Science and Language Mobility Scheme Africa is a five-year programme that funds researchers from Anglo and Francophone Africa to undertake scientific research in language regions other than their own. The programme seeks to build language skills and cultural capabilities of researchers as they undertake their projects, a strategy towards addressing one of the barriers to intra- Africa scientific collaboration.
The African Academy of Sciences is launching a new Grand Challenge: New Approaches to Characterize the Global Burden of Antimicrobial Resistance. These grand challenge innovation grants will be issued and administered under the banner of Grand Challenges Africa (GC Africa), a program implemented in partnership with the New Partnership for Africa’s Development Agency (NEPAD) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The One Health & Food Safety Congress 2018 serves as a platform for dialogue between specialists from different backgrounds. We are currently seeking input from experts and researchers from various fields, such as: human medicine veterinary sciences agricultural sciences animal, plant and environmental sciences quality management politics public health