Closing Date : February 06 2022, Sunday
Proposals are now open for the Health Policy and Systems Research Responding to the Climate Crisis.
Climate change has been largely neglected and overlooked within the Health Policy and Systems Research (HPSR) community (Marten et al., 2020). As countries and policy-makers continue to address the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the focus is on ‘building back better’.
The purpose of these case studies is to:
A maximum of six case studies will be funded across WHO regions. Individual research projects will be funded for up to a maximum of US$ 60 000. The research projects are expected to run for a maximum of 12 months. By submitting a proposal, Principal Investigators commit to attending a protocol development workshop, to be held in early-2022 (virtual) and an analysis and writing workshop planned to be held seven months after the initial workshop.
In order to apply, a research team must meet the following criteria:
Note: Individuals not based in LMICs are not eligible to apply as Principal Investigators. However, organizations based in LMICs can collaborate with individuals and organizations based in high-income countries to submit a proposal based on the condition that not more than 15% of the total grant value goes to individuals or organizations based in high-income countries.
For more information, visit WHO.