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IDB and GDN Grant for Latin America and the Caribbean and Asia Regions

The Inter-American Development Bank and the Global Development Network have announced a grant opportunity to provide support for collaborative research on two themes of global development challenges in the Latin America and the Caribbean and Asia Regions.

Grants averaging $30,000 each will be given for five research studies on Urbanization and Development: Delving Deeper into the Nexus, and to four studies on Macroeconomic Volatility and Regional Fiscal and Monetary Policies in Latin America, Caribbean, Asia and Pacific.

The IDB-GDN Collaborative Research Grant is a competitive research grant to promote and strengthen research and policy links between the Latin America and the Caribbean region and Asia.

It is administered by GDN and funded by the IDB.

The deadline for submission of proposals is April 16, 2012. For more information, visit this link.

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Comments

  1. Ganesh Budh says:

    we want to work for a nogo in Nepal . would like to join us.

  2. Joel Samuel feyisola says:

    Can you work with us in Ondo State ,Nigeria, because will cheer thesame ideas

  3. Joel Samuel feyisola says:

    Can you fund my organizations

    project on child labor and trafficking, in Ondo State ,Nigeria

    The Organization is called SUNSHINE PROGRESSIVE YOUTH ALLIANCE

    tHANKS.
    Joel Samuel Feyisola
    Director

  4. the Kakani Center for Development of Community says:

    KCDC – the Kakani Center for Development of Community is a christian and not for profit making and registed organisation. it is working in Nuwakot Nepal for prevention, protection and welfare of the poor children and women since its inception 1993. working for elimination of child labor and fight against human trafficking. KCDC is interested to working with international Organisations in partnership in Nuwakot Nepal and Please help for its New Path New Steps (NPNS) project.
    Thank you for yours kind cooperation and help

    Sincerely yours
    Tanka Lama
    Executive President