Le Journal Universitaire partage avec vous cet appel à propositions de projets de recherches dans le cadre du Grand Challenges Africa Innovation Grants.
AESA, an initiative of the African Academy of Sciences and the NEPAD Agency, is happy to announce that with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we are committing USS$ 7 million for Grand Challenges Africa Grants to fund innovative and bold ideas that will impact on Africa’s health and developmental outcomes over the next five years.
We will have calls for proposals each year, which will give out up to US$100,000 in Innovation Seed Grants for two years to innovators in Africa with any level of experience, working in any discipline in colleges, universities, government laboratories, research institutions, non-governmental and non-profit organisations.
Projects which show promising results will be eligible to later apply for Phase 2 funding of up to $1 million from AESA or the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The first call for proposals open today and is focused on innovators seeking solutions and strategies:
- To reduce maternal, neonatal and child deaths in Africa
- For creative communication approaches to inspire African governments to fund R&D.
Please help us get the word out by sharing the announcement through your networks and on your social media channels using the #GrandChallengesAfrica hashtag.