Invitations and guidelines for Phase 2, 2018
The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs provides grants for development research activities as part of Denmark’s international development cooperation. Two windows are available in 2018 providing grants for research with partners in Danida priority countries and for research with partners in growth and transition countries. Within this framework, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs invites phase 2 applications for grants to research collaboration projects. Only applicants prequalified in Phase 1 are invited to present a full application in Phase 2. Find the lists here: prequalified in Window 1 and prequalified in Window 2.
Window 1 – Invitation and guidelines for Phase 2 applications 2018 for research in Danida priority countries
The applicants must fill in the electronic application form. Select: ”W1 Research in Danida priority countries phase 2”. Only prequalified applicants can gain access.
Window 2 – Invitation and guidelines for Phase 2 applications 2018 for research in growth and transition countriesThe applicants must fill in the electronic application form. Select: “W2 Research in growth and transition countries phase 2”. Only prequalified applicants can gain access.
Please note that it is very important that the basic data in the Phase 2 application correspond to those of your Phase 1 application.
For both windows, the following formats must be used for appendix C (Budget) and D (Signatures) and attached to the e-application form as described in the e-fond application system Step 4:
If you have questions concerning the application procedures contact Danida Fellowship Centre’s Research Management Team at email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Useful guides in the preparation of applications:
Guide to e-fond application system (from Phase 1)
Guide to making a good application
Guide to the role of sector counsellors Window 2
The Call for Mobility Grants is open and available here. Please note that no deadline has been set for this Call which will be open in 2018, until all funds set aside for this purpose have been allocated.