Project development grant
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Project development grants are designed to help scientists from developing countries to formulate technically sound, full-scale research proposals (both research capability strengthening, and research and development (R&D) proposals).
Funds may be used for three purposes:
to collect baseline or preparatory data
to initiate preliminary research
to seek the advice of recognized experts in the preparation of a full-scale research proposal.
Project development grants do not exceed 10 000 US dollars and are not renewable.
Applicants must be nationals of developing countries
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.
Dates: proposals may be submitted at any time of year
For more information please email: tdr[at]who.int
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