Small grants round is open now!

Posted by Charlotte van Tuijl on March 2, 2021 at 5:46 pm



EXTENDED DEADLINE UNTIL APRIL 6, 11 AM GMT+2

The 2021 small grants round of Share-Net International is now officially open! Take your opportunity and apply for a small grant of up to 10,000 euros!

Small grants call 2021

The focus of the small grants of 2021 is steered towards innovation and piloting new approaches, translating existing knowledge into products and/or promote its use to influence and improve SRHR practice and policy.

The objectives of the grant can be three-fold:

  1. Investigate and test new and innovative approaches in SRHR and identify unheard perspectives (i.e. knowledge gaps in the linkages between SRHR and gender equality, youth and/or links with other SDGs).
  2. Translation of research into products and materials that will be used to facilitate tangible change in policy or practice. This process can build on research done by our members in the field of SRHR.
  3. Documenting actual changes in policy and practice, related to work done through earlier Share-Net International grants or work of Share-Net members, and how these have been implemented.

Eligibility

Only Share-Net members are eligible to apply for a small grant. Are you not a member of Share-Net International or one of the country hubs yet, but would you like to become a member? Please contact Charlotte van Tuijl at c.v.tuijl@kit.nl or check out the membership information on our website.

Check out the other eligibility criteria in the small grants call.

Country-specific calls

Share-Net International operates in Bangladesh, Burundi, Jordan and the Netherlands through its national country hubs. The country hubs have each specified their additional focus areas.

Are you based in Bangladesh, Burundi, Jordan or the Netherlands? Then check out the country-specific calls below.

Are you based outside of these countries? Then follow the guidelines in the general small grants call. (French version here)

For the submission of a small grant application, the provided application form should be used. The French version can be accessed here.

Webinar and write shop

A webinar will be organised for members to learn more about the specific requirements and eligibility criteria of the call. Please register for this webinar here. Questions regarding the small grants call or application form can be submitted in advance here.

A write shop will be organised for interested members to strengthen their small grant proposal writing skills. Please register for the write shop before the 12th of March 2021 via this link.

Contact details

For any queries regarding the small grants call, please contact Kimberley Meijers (k.meijers@kit.nl) and Maria Codina (m.codina@kit.nl).


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