The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFATD) recently provided a pre-announcement about the upcoming 2015 Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF) Open Call for Proposals. This call will be officially launched in early February.
The open call for proposals will invite short proposals that convey a concise, but sharp, feasible business case for the innovation that is being proposed to scale up. This call will support projects that aim to develop, test, and apply ways to scale up food security and nutrition innovations. It will also fund projects that promise consistent and meaningful development outcomes through the testing, demonstration and effective deployment of scaling up models, delivery mechanisms and approaches.
For information on eligibility criteria, please consult the CIFSRF Questions & Answers document.
Up to $1.5M
For details, please consult the IDRC CIFSRF-2015 webpage and read the full CIFSRF 2015 pre-announcement call. Full information on the call will be posted in early February on the IDRC website and through the CIFSRF listserv.
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