Call for Proposals: Good Practices in Engaging Communities in Research for Implementation and in Social Innovation


The Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR), the Social Innovation in Health Initiative (SIHI), and World Health Organization (WHO) regional offices are pleased to issue the call for proposals to identify good practices in engaging communities in research for implementation and in social innovation, in low- and middle-income countries. The goal is to map current practices, identify good practices, and better understand the enabling factors and barriers in engaging communities in research and in social innovation in health.

Applications are invited from principal investigators and institutions in the country. Principal investigator and the team must have prior documented experience in the selected field and the proposal should address one or more of the areas described by the objectives. Maximum budget of the proposal is up to US$ 30,000.00.

Applications should be submitted by the principal investigator, and must include all the required fields in the eTDR online submission tool, as well as the completed Grant application form. The applications should be submitted no later than February 19, 2021.

Visit bit.ly/WHOproposals for the application form and more details.

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