GRAND RESEARCH FUNDING IDRC-CRDI CANADAGRAND RESEARCH FUNDING IDRC-CRDI CANADA

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GRAND RESEARCH FUNDING IDRC-CRDI CANADAGRAND RESEARCH FUNDING IDRC-CRDI CANADA

IDRC-CanadaHow to Apply for Funding
1.  Research Grant Idea
2.  Research Grant Proposal

The process for submitting proposals to IDRC is lengthy and thorough. It generally includes the steps below.  Please note that because of limited funding, we are not able to fund all interesting ideas.

1. Share our vision
Before approaching us, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with our approach and
priorities. You can do this by reviewing our website or reading the IDRC Strategic
Framework 2010-2015.

2. Propose your idea
Have a great research idea you want to pursue? First, contact the relevant program officer
who can advise you about regional and thematic priorities. Please consult our Programs page to see a list of programs and program staff. Starting a dialogue early on will help to ensure closeness of fit between your area of interest and IDRC’s program priorities. Alternatively, you may send the officer a research grant idea.

3. Write a detailed proposal
If your idea is accepted, you will be asked to write a detailed proposal. For more
information, review our Research Grant Proposal page.

Some program areas have specific requirements. These will be outlined on each
program’s webpage, under the Approach tab.

4. Obtain clearance
In many cases, developing-country governments need to approve funds from external sources before a proposal can be finalized. If this is the case, clearance should be initiated by the research institution while your proposal is being evaluated by IDRC. It is important that this process be started early on as this can take many months in some countries and delay the start of a project.

5. Accept IDRC funding
If approved, IDRC will send a Memorandum of Grant Conditions to the recipient institution. This is a formal agreement that sets out the value and purpose of the grant, how it will be administered, the project’s objectives, obligations, and formal start date. We will release funds only after this document is signed and an official start date is set.

For more detail please see: www.idrc.ca IDRC-CanadaHow to Apply for Funding
1.  Research Grant Idea
2.  Research Grant Proposal

The process for submitting proposals to IDRC is lengthy and thorough. It generally includes the steps below.  Please note that because of limited funding, we are not able to fund all interesting ideas.

1. Share our vision
Before approaching us, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with our approach and
priorities. You can do this by reviewing our website or reading the IDRC Strategic
Framework 2010-2015.

2. Propose your idea
Have a great research idea you want to pursue? First, contact the relevant program officer
who can advise you about regional and thematic priorities. Please consult our Programs page to see a list of programs and program staff. Starting a dialogue early on will help to ensure closeness of fit between your area of interest and IDRC’s program priorities. Alternatively, you may send the officer a research grant idea.

3. Write a detailed proposal
If your idea is accepted, you will be asked to write a detailed proposal. For more
information, review our Research Grant Proposal page.

Some program areas have specific requirements. These will be outlined on each
program’s webpage, under the Approach tab.

4. Obtain clearance
In many cases, developing-country governments need to approve funds from external sources before a proposal can be finalized. If this is the case, clearance should be initiated by the research institution while your proposal is being evaluated by IDRC. It is important that this process be started early on as this can take many months in some countries and delay the start of a project.

5. Accept IDRC funding
If approved, IDRC will send a Memorandum of Grant Conditions to the recipient institution. This is a formal agreement that sets out the value and purpose of the grant, how it will be administered, the project’s objectives, obligations, and formal start date. We will release funds only after this document is signed and an official start date is set.

For more detail please see: www.idrc.ca

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