> The Global Development Network announces its latest call-for-proposals for its Fifth Global Research Project
The Global Development Network announces its latest call-for-proposals for its Fifth Global Research Project:
Promoting Innovative Programs from the Developing World:
Towards Realizing the Health MDGs in Africa and Asia.
This 3 year USD 5.9 million project involves conducting extensive international standard impact evaluations and cost-effectiveness analyses of both about-to-be-launched and ongoing health and health-related programs from the developing and transition world.
Submissions are invited from researchers, NGOs, private sector organizations or governments, from and/or operating in developing and transition countries.
Who can apply?
Researchers can apply as independent evaluators of programs; managers of NGO programs, private sector managed development programs and government programs can submit applications for high-quality evaluations of projects they implement in health and related fields.
Researchers who apply will receive funds for conducting an international standard impact evaluation research project and will benefit from high-quality mentoring and interaction with international experts, networking with researchers from around the world, and development of program evaluation skills and expertise in best-practice impact evaluation techniques.
Program managers who apply will benefit through marketable and publishable international standard evaluations with credible results that can be confidently presented to donors. GDN will also promote the most promising programs with international donors and policymakers to facilitate fund raising.
The last date for submissions is October 31, 2006
For the detailed call for proposals and guidelines for submission log on to: www.gdnet.org/middle.php?oid=1095