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Transnational Research Call for Improved Livelihoods in the Sub-Saharan Africa

Linguistically, sub-Saharan Africa is dominate...

Linguistically, sub-Saharan Africa is dominated by the Niger–Congo phylum (distribution shown in yellow), with pockets of Khoi-San in Southern Africa, Nilo-Saharan in Central and East Africa, and Afro-Asiatic in the Horn of Africa (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By fundsforngos, on April 11th, 2012
 This first ERA-ARD II Transnational Research Call provides new opportunities for researchers and other stakeholders (farmers, farmer organizations, NGOs, policy makers, etc.) to take part in multilateral research cooperation in the field of sustainable and climate change resilient intensification of agricultural production.

The main objective of the ERA-ARD II Transnational Research Call is to contribute to improved livelihoods of smallholders and rural communities in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) through sustainable and climate-smart intensification of agricultural systems.

The call also aims to support and fund projects that will strengthen collaboration and networking with on-going projects and existing thematic networks.

Each research consortium must be transnational and consist of a minimum of 3 independent legal entities in partnerships from 3 different countries of which at least 1 is from the ERA-ARD II Consortium Member countries and 2 from countries on the “DAC List of ODA Recipients”

The research consortium must be led by an institution in an ERA-ARD Consortium member country. Consortia are also encouraged to include more than one European partner.

Deadline: 22 May 2012

For more information, visit this link.

Source Link: http://www.fundsforngos.org/latest-funds-for-ngos/transnational-research-call-improved-livelihoods-subsaharan-africa/#ixzz1rrF0fs7F

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