Two-stage call for proposals for RISE Women’s Research Teams
When is the application deadline:
April 12, 2022
What areas are eligible for the RISE 2022 Female Research Teams – Call for Proposals?
Research teams are invited to submit concept notes for two-year research projects. Successful teams at the concept note stage will be invited to submit full proposals.
The following search types are considered in scope:
- Epidemiological studies that describe and analyze disease or health patterns in women and take into account different demographic and occupational factors.
- Population Health Research which explores the diverse experiences of women as individuals and within society (eg, family and community, intergenerational relationships, socio-economic groups, work groups and corporations).
- Intervention research and implementation focused on exploring how policies, practices and strategies already in place to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 influence the relationships between women’s paid and unpaid work and their health.
Specific research areas
A subset of funds are available to support research that is relevant to the scope and goals of Women RISE and specifically addresses one of the following three specific research areas:
- Infectious diseases research has focused on understanding how the relationships between women’s work and health have been shaped by and are shaping disruptions to infectious disease prevention, immunization programs and care services.
- HIV/AIDS STBBI Research specific to women living with HIV/AIDS, COVID-19-related disruptions to HIV and STBBI prevention or care services, or the health of women in jobs that put them at increased risk of contracting HIV and STBBIs.
- Research on pandemics and other health emergencies which investigates ways in which the experience of COVID-19 can inform, improve, and protect women’s health and socioeconomic well-being from future health emergencies.
What type of scholarship is this?
Who can apply for the 2022 Women RISE Research Teams – Call for Proposals?
The research team must include a principal investigator (PI) who is a researcher from a low- or middle-income country (LMIC) based in the primary PRFM applicant organization and residing in an eligible LMIC country/territory where the research is proposed. The PI will be the team leader and will work closely with a Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) based in Canada and a Decision-maker Co-PI based in the same country as the lead applicant organization or in a country where the research will take place. For requests involving Indigenous communities, the Respiratory Therapist must include at least one member who identifies as Indigenous or provides evidence of meaningful and culturally safe involvement with Indigenous peoples in an Indigenous health research environment.
The research team must also include a lead applicant organization and a Canadian co-applicant organization.
Which countries are eligible?
Algeria Angola Argentina Bangladesh Benin Bhutan Bolivia Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Central African Republic Chad Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Democratic Republic of the Congo Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guatemala Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Indonesia Ivory Coast Jamaica Jordan Kenya Laos Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Mali Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Mongolia Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nepal Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Republic of Congo Rwanda Senegal Sierra Leone South Africa Sri Lanka Swaziland South Sudan Tanzania Thailand Togo Tunisia Turkey Uganda Viet Nam West Bank and Gaza Zambia Zimbabwe
How many grants will be awarded?
Twenty projects with a maximum budget of CAD 1,000,000 per grant
What is the benefit of the Women RISE 2022 Research Teams – Call for Proposals?
CAD 1,000,000 per grant
How long will the program last?
Up to 24 months.
How to apply for the scholarship:
If you are eligible for this opportunity, we invite you to submit an application.
It is important to review all application requirements before applying.
Visit the award webpage for more details