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PROMOTING HEALTH INNOVATIONS THROUGH GRAND CHALLENGE APPROACH
This call for proposals will be open until July 31,2019 at 12:00 am
Grand Challenges Ethiopia
Grand Challenges Ethiopia was officially launched in 2015 during the Health Sector Annual Review meeting (ARM) with the aim of stimulating the creation, appraisal, promotion and scale up of innovation ideas and concepts. The innovative ideas are to be responsive to the identified health related challenges and assist in the effective implementation of Health Sector Transformation Plan (HSTP) and contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). GCEth is established under Armauer Hansen Research Institute (AHRI), with its own secretariat and national taskforce. It has strategic partnership with Grand Challenges Canada, Grand Challenges Bill and Melinda Gate foundation and other partners working in the health innovation.
The three funding schemes in GCEth:
Challenge 1. Maternal Health
Challenge 2. Newborn and child health
Challenge 3. Anti-Microbial resistance
Challenge 4. Pastoralist Health
Challenge5. Adolescent and Youth Health
Objective of this call
To call applications for seed grant for exploration of proof of concept (maximum of 300,000 Ethiopian Birr per project)
Who is Eligible?
How to apply
Applicants need to apply using the application form that can be downloaded from: www.ahri.gov.et/gce/application form, you can also request the form GCE secretariat via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application must include
The application must be submitted through e-mail to email@example.com . Submitted application is considered after an email confirmation from GCE secretariat
Assessment and Selection Proposals
Application will be screened for its completeness by in-house GCEth screening committee before submitted for further detailed review by GCEth taskforce members according to the following criteria.
Through this call for proposals, Grand Challenges Ethiopia will award seed funding to ETB 300,000 per project to be implemented over a maximum of 18 months. The project period must be between Sept 11/2019 and January 10/2021. The value for funding may vary and will commensurate with the proposed project. GCEth reserves the right to fully or partial fund selected proposal(s) to increase or decrease budget as it deems appropriate and at its sole discretion.
Applicants will be notified by GCEth in writing of the decision concerning their application with in four (4) months after the closing date. Notice of decision will be not be given before the whole assessment process is finalized. Innovators should be aware that appropriate research ethics approvals are required and must submit associated documents to GCEth before implementation of the proposed innovation.
Innovators should be aware of respecting intellectual property right as appropriate and must apply only for their own innovation concept proof of idea.
GCEth would like to underline that funding for the innovation will be subjected to the availability of fund from Federal Ministry of Health. Furthermore, no financial commitment will be made by GCE until an agreement has been signed with the chosen organization.
For further information
Contact details for Grand Challenges Ethiopia Secretariat:
Phone number: +2511183566823 or
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