Small Grants – Family Planning Research

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Last date: 5th January 2018

Small Grants – Family Planning Research

Measure Evaluation invites applications for Small Grants to Support Research in Family Planning


The MEASURE Evaluation project is pleased to announce a request for applications for its small grants program to increase the evidence base in routine health information systems (RHIS) in family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH). The three primary objectives of this program are:

To build research capacity among local agencies;
To address research gaps in routine health information for FP/RH to inform policy and programmatic decision-making; and
To increase use of research findings by providing an opportunity for the data to be disseminated to and used by local stakeholders.

The small grants are intended to support primary and secondary data analysis – especially national and sub-national program or policy evaluation. The overall goal is to use the research findings to improve RHIS and advance FP outcomes. Small grant recipients are expected to produce a publishable manuscript and complete a data use activity.

Eligibility :Eligible candidates include country or regional academic institutions or centers, non-profit and for-profit research organizations, parastatals, and research-focused NGOs or firms. Individuals representing themselves and not an institution/ organization, as well as those representing a regional/field office for an international NGO are ineligible for this funding opportunity. All candidates must be
from a USAID FP/RH priority country (listed at the end of the RFA). Candidates must be seeking to build their research and/or data use capacity.

Eligible countries:

Caribbean: Haiti 
Middle East: Yemen 
Asia: Philippines, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, India,Bangladesh
Africa: South Sudan, Ghana, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya,Madagascar, Malawi, Liberia ,Zambia, Rwanda,Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, Uganda, Mali,Democratic Republic of the Congo 
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