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Call for Concept Notes: Canadian Partnerships Small Grants

Deadline: 18/03/2014
This competitition is now closed. 

IDRC's Canadian Partnerships Program invites organizations incorporated and headquartered in Canada to submit applications for its 2014-2015 Small Grants for Innovative Research and Knowledge Sharing.
 
Who can apply
  • Local, regional, national, and international organizations incorporated and headquartered in Canada that produce or share knowledge for development. Individuals are not eligible
  • Organizations applying must have one Canadian partner organization and may have others from Canada and/or from one or more developing countries.
What do the grants fund?
  • research projects up to $60,000 or
  • events and small dissemination activities and products up to $15,000
Other important things to note
  • Research projects must have at least 180 days between the call deadline date and the project start date.
  • Events and small dissemination activities must have at least 140 days between the call deadline date and the event or dissemination activity.
  • Grant duration can be anywhere up to 30 months.
  • Applicants will be asked to provide an explanation of the potential impact of activities within Canada, as well as in a developing country.
To apply

Read the call document (PDF, 450KB) for more information and  for a list of frequently asked questions. Complete the eligibility and application forms online.

Questions? contact us at cpgrant@idrc.ca.

In 2014, there will be two calls for this small grants program, one in February and the second in August. Each call will be open for approximately six weeks. Deadlines and other information for each call will be posted online on the IDRC Competitions page. Or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

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