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Bill Gates Foundation’s Grant Opportunity for Agriculture-Nutrition Impact Studies

Deadline: 8 August 2014 Academic institutions, research institutions, civil society organizations, and/or private organizations in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa are invited to submit Concept Memos to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This opportunity invites applicants to conduct innovative, large-scale studies in agriculture to improve nutrition and health outcomes. This is a joint call […]

Program for Emerging Agricultural Research Leaders by the Gates Foundation

Deadline: 7 September 2014 The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation invites pre-proposals for agricultural research with the potential to increase the sustainable productivity of smallholder farmers in developing countries. The Program for Emerging Agricultural Research Leaders (PEARL) seeks the projects led by MSc and PhD scientists at national agricultural research institutions and universities in sub-Saharan […]

Drivers of Food Choice: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grant Opportunity of $5,500,000

Deadline: 1 August 2014 The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation along with the UK Department of International Development (DFID) call Concept Memo from organizations willing to design and manage small grants program to conduct research on the drivers of food choice among poor people in developing countries. The grant recipient will design and competitively tender […]

AWARD offering 70 Fellowships for African Women Scientists

Deadline: 8 August 2014 The African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) invites African women scientists from one of the 11 eligible countries to participate in the AWARD Fellowship 2015. Interest individuals with bachelor’s, masters’ or doctoral degree are encouraged to apply for the two-year fellowship program that allows them to take a leap […]

Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa Calls for Articles on Women and Economic Injustice

Deadline:  15 July 2014 OSISA is pleased to invite articles for its 2014 Issue of BUWA!: A Journal on African Women’s Experiences. The theme for this article is “Women and Economic Injustice.” The major purpose of inviting articles is to analyze and highlight the cost of leaving women out of the economic development matrices. Areas […]