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Guides and Forms
Whether you’re a research grant applicant, successful grantee, or fellowships and awards applicant or supplier, there are guidelines, brochures, information packages, and forms specific to your needs. You’ll find them below.
 
To apply for funding 

Before you propose a research idea, consult the following forms and documents. Different IDRC programs may also have specific requirements and forms, which you’ll find on the program page, under Approach.
  • Research grant idea (Word) (PDF)
  • Application for an IDRC research grant (Word) (PDF)
Projects 

Consultancies

Travel
Banking information
For fellowships and awards

To apply for an IDRC fellowship or award, check out our competitions page. 

If you receive an award, you will also need to provide reports on your activities:
  • guidelines for field research reports 
  • award recipient’s final report form

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