Small grants call announced for ‘nexus governance’ research in Southern Africa

A group hold up sheets with notes and maps they have drawn.

The ‘Governing the Nexus in Southern Africa’ project has announced a call for small grants (up to £2,500 GBP) to cover field work expenses on research into nexus governance in southern Africa.

Candidates for fieldwork fellowships should be MA students, PhD students or recent post-PhD researchers. Candidates who have not received substantial fieldwork funding, who are based at African institutions, and women are particularly encouraged to apply. The deadline is 24 February 2017.

Funding for a number of Visiting Fellowships between the core partners in the project is also available.

How to apply

To find out how to apply, see the call for proposals:

Governing the Nexus in Southern Africa 2017 Small grants (pdf)

Photo: People in Nyando climate smart village, Kenya show institutional maps. Credit: Nancy P. Rapando

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