Research proposals must address either of the two directed themes identified which are as follows:
Active participation and equal ownership between academic scientists and IKS holders, practitioners or community members must be evident in the research proposal.
Who may apply for funding?
Funding period: Awards will be made for a period of up to three years.
What can be funded?
Grant Holder-Linked Student Support
The distribution for these bursaries is targeted at the ratio:
Research-Related Operating Costs:
These costs include materials and supplies, travel (including conferences) and subsistence, and equipment.
These costs should be justified and commensurate with the planned outputs.
Closing Date: 30 June.
All applications must be submitted through e-mail/fax to Jane Mabena at jane[at]nrf.ac.za or 086 647 7310 or posted in hardcopy to
Jane Mabena at National Research Foundation,
P.O BOX 2600,
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