Local Research for Better Lives
Three research teams have now been selected for their high-quality proposals, and will receive grants of up to US $41,500 to implement their projects from July, 2017 to October, 2018.
Early bird registrations are open for GDN's 18th Annual Global Development Conference, focusing on Science, Technology and INnovation for Development.
Writers must meet editorial standardards, ensuring that their research is rigorous, and that they offer meaningful insights to development.
Four teams from Brazil, Vietnam, the Philippines and Ghana were selected to conduct research projects under GDN’s program, Productivity Improvement in the Private and Public Sector: Roles and Lessons from Kaizen approaches.
The call focused on research proposals on aid effectiveness in sub-Saharan Africa from the perspective of aid recipient countries.