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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
  • science journalism award recipient’s final report form

Latest Results

For more than a decade, IDRC has supported a large number of researchers, research networks, and global institutions in their efforts to build stronger, more equitable health systems. Equipped with strong evidence, IDRC grantees are leading the way...
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Latest Results

High-speed Internet access, or broadband, can effectively contribute to economic and social development, but only when it is combined with investments in human capital, such as teacher training and digital literacy programs for women, according to a...
Canadian initiative leading the way for equitable health systems and improved maternal, child health Investing in Internet access boosts incomes, concludes Latin American studySexual harassment in Cairo: The effectiveness of crowdsourced dataReducing the risk of rabies in BaliStrengthening the field of ecohealth research in Latin America and the Caribbean

Latest Results

The challenge of collecting data on sensitive issues like gender-based violence is well-documented across the globe. Stigma and shame prevent many victims of sexual harassment from talking about or reporting these crimes. However, new technologies...
Canadian initiative leading the way for equitable health systems and improved maternal, child healthInvesting in Internet access boosts incomes, concludes Latin American study Sexual harassment in Cairo: The effectiveness of crowdsourced dataReducing the risk of rabies in BaliStrengthening the field of ecohealth research in Latin America and the Caribbean

Latest Results

Tourism is an important driver of economic growth throughout Southeast Asia. However, a booming tourism industry has caused dramatic changes to populations and ecosystems through rapid urbanization, extensive land development, and the exploitation...
Canadian initiative leading the way for equitable health systems and improved maternal, child healthInvesting in Internet access boosts incomes, concludes Latin American studySexual harassment in Cairo: The effectiveness of crowdsourced data Reducing the risk of rabies in BaliStrengthening the field of ecohealth research in Latin America and the Caribbean

Latest Results

Vector-borne diseases are a significant public health concern in Latin America and the Caribbean and are responsible for one million years of potential life loss due to premature death or disability. Building on over a decade of ecohealth research...
Canadian initiative leading the way for equitable health systems and improved maternal, child healthInvesting in Internet access boosts incomes, concludes Latin American studySexual harassment in Cairo: The effectiveness of crowdsourced dataReducing the risk of rabies in Bali Strengthening the field of ecohealth research in Latin America and the Caribbean
Guides and Forms
IDRC funds researchers in the developing world so they can build healthier, more prosperous societies
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