Directory of Funding Sources for Research, Education and Development

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Directory of Funding Sources for
Research, Education and Development
















Enyew Adgo (PhD), Director for Natural Resource
Management


Eshete Dejen (PhD), Director for Livestock



Amhara Region Agricultural Research Institute









April, 2
006

Bahir Dar




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A


ABC Foundation

ABC Foundation

77 W 66th St, 16th Floor

New York, New York 10023

Contact: Bernadette Longford, Manager of Corporate Giving Tel: 212.456.7498 or 212.456.7011
Internet:
http:
/ /www.abc.com


The fo
undation awards grants internationally with a focus on children, journalism and the free
press. Grants have been awarded to support public broadcasting, philanthropic organizations,
foreign arts organizations, foreign educational institutions, human rights
, international
organizations, international relations and child welfare. Requirements: Nonprofit, tax
-
exempt
organizations are eligible. Restrictions: Grants do not support individual scholarships or
fellowships. Amount: $2.9 million total.


ADC Foundati
on

Community Connections Grants

P. O. Box 1101, MS 70

Minneapolis, Minnesota 55440
-
1101

Contact: V
eronica Theobald, Foundation Gr
ants and Community Relations Administrator

Tel: 952.917.0118 Fax: 952.917.0890 Email:
veronica theobald@adc.com

Internet
:

h
ttp
:
//

www.adc.com aboutadc
/
adcfoundation
/
howtoa
pply



The foundation awards grants worldwide for projects that improve the future of society through
excellence in science and technology education or bolster telecommunication access for the
disadvantaged
. Preference is given to projects that serve diverse communities, demonstrate a
strong need and sound financial
management,

have a significant impact on issues or populations
targeted and are not private secondary schools (private college
s/universities are

eligible). Ty
pes of
support include: general operating support, special projects and capital funds. Deadlines for letters
of inquiry: January 1; April 1; July 1; and November 1
.



African Academy of Sciences (AAS)

P
.
O Box 14798 Nairobi, Kenya

Tel: 254.2
.8844015 Fax: 254.2.884406

Email:
aas@africaonline.co.ke


Internet:
http://www.sas.upenn.edu/African studies/hornet/alex1.html


AAS supports two fellowship programs in agriculture: (1) capacity building in so
il and water
management (SWM) for Eastern and Southern Africa and (2) capacity building in forestry
research (CBFR) in Africa.


The
SWM fellowship
provides $10,000 per annum to cover stipend, return airfare and university
fees, and is awarded for
study le
ading to an MSc degree. It is open to citizens from 19 countries in
Africa.
Deadline:
May 31.



7

CBFR
fellowships are tena
ble at in
stitutions of hi
gher training and/ or research in

Africa, initially
for one year with possible renewal for up to two additiona
l years. They are open to all

promising
African scientists, in
cluding active researchers in forestry and postdoctoral or graduate researchers
wishing

to undertake further research in

an area relevant to forestry and forest
-
related sciences.
Deadlines: Febr
uary 1 and July 31.


African Development Bank (ADB)
-
Japan Fellowship Programme

ADB
-
Japan

Fellowship Program

Af
rican De
velopment Institute (P
DRE.3)

Af
rican Development Bank

01 B.P. 1387

Abidjan 01. Cote d'Ivoire

Tel: 225.20.20.53.51

Contact: Mrs Fran
c
oise Ande
-
Koue

Email:
f.ande@afdb.or
g


The Af
rican Development Bank/Government of Japan Fellowship Programme offers scholarships
to African scholars who wish to pursue masters level graduate programmes of studies (MBA,
DEA, DESS) in fields related to pr
omotion of economic develo
pment in their home countries
(in
cluding agriculture and related sciences, environmental studies and inter
disciplinary
programmes such as

s
tudies in poverty alleviation).
The programme should be at a university
recognized for its
research and teaching in the sel
ected development field, and the

university must
be in a member country of the African Development Bank. The ADB/Japan Fellowship Program
for the year 2003
-
2004 will start on MAY 2003. Applicants a
re advised to contact Mrs.
Franc
oise
Ande
-
Koue in May 2003 to receive the new application form.


African Development Foundation (ADF)

1400 Eye Street, NW,

10th Fl
oor

Washington, DC 20005
-
2248

Tel: 202.673.3916

Fax: 202.673.3810

Email:
info@adf.gov

Internet:
http:
//linux.adf.
gov/
about.html


ADF is the principal agency of the US Government that supports community
-
based, self
-
help
initiatives to alleviate poverty and promote sustainable development in Africa. Over the last 15
years, ADF has funded more than 1300 activities in 3
4 African countries. The foundation's
headquarters are in Washington, DC
. It currentl
y has active programs in 14 Sub
-
Saharan
countries: Benin, Botswana, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Ghana, Guinea, Lesotho, Mali, Namibia,
Niger, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimba
bwe. ADF has a unique purpose and plays a unique
role within the US Government's foreign assistance community. It contributes to advancing US
Government foreign aid policy objectives but is fundamentally different in mission and
methodologies
from

other ag
encies. It is the only agency working
directly

with community
-
based
groups to help them diagnose and solve their own problems.



8

African Economic Research Council (AERC)

http:/

/
www.aercafrica.org/
contacts.asp

8th Floor, International House

PO Box 62882


00200 City Square

Nairobi, Kenya

Tel: 254.2.228057 Fax: 254.2.21930/246708

Email:
exec.dir
@aervcafrica.org


AERC is a public, not
-
for
-
profit organization devoted to advanced policy research and training.
The principal objective is to strengthen local
capacity for conducting independent, rigorous
inquiry into problems pertinent to management of economies in Sub
-
Saharan Africa. Most support
is directed to research on topics or themes selected by AERC's Advisory Committee.


The Committee has four themes:

(1) poverty, income distribution and labour market issues; (2)
trade, regional integration and sectoral policies; (3) macroeconomic policies, stabilization and
growth; and (4) finance, resource mobilization and investment. In general, eight to ten new gra
nts
per thematic group are awarded annually. A small portion of AERC's research funds is reserved
for "non
-
thematic" research to study areas of emerging interest or topics of overriding importance
to a particular economy. Although there is no upper limit,
grants average about $15,000 for one
year, including a modest honorarium. There is no formal application form. A research proposal
should contain the following:


Background: Policy context of proposed research.

Research Issue: Detailed statement of the i
ssue to be researched, including reference to other work
and perceived gaps in knowledge.

Objective(s): Brief statement of specific objectives of research.

Methodology: Statement detailing how research objectives are to be achieved, i.e.,
hypothesis
,
met
hod, data collection, data analysis, etc.

Results: Anticipated results and how they might contribute to knowledge, future research and

public policy.

Dissemination: Expected output
fr
om project.

Budget: Estimated expenditure by major line item.

Timeta
ble and duration: Length of time needed for each portion of the project and estimated
completion date. The proposal should also identify a team leader who acts as the reporting centre
for the team, and the individual or institutional recipient of the grant
.


African Forestry Research Network (AFORNET) of the African Academy of Sciences (AAS)

Western and Central
Af
rica Ecoregion

Dr Dominic Blay,
coordinator

Forestry Research Institute of Ghana (FORIG)

UST Box 63, Kumasi, Ghana

Tel/Fax: 233.51.
60121 Ema
il:
dblay@for
ig.org


Eastern
and North
Eastern Africa ecoregion

Dr Alice Kaudia, coordinator

Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI)

PO Box 20412, Nairobi, Kenya


9

Tel: 254.154.32891
-
3 or 32541 Fax: 254.154.32844

Emw:
kefri@arcc.
or.ke


Southern Afri
ca ecoregion

Prof R.C. Isheng'oma

Dean, Faculty of Forestry

Sokoine University of Agriculture

PO Box 3151 Morogoro, Tanzania

Email:
forestry@
suanet.ac.tz


AFORNET sponsors a collaborative research project competition which is a joint initiative of th
e
AAS and the Internat
ional Foundation for Science (IF
S) and

is sponsored by SIDA
-
SAREC.
Projects are funded in five thematic areas: (1) woodland, natural forest management and
biodiversity conservation; (2) community
-
based forestry; (3) reforestation and
rehabilitation of
dry land and degraded land; (4) socio
-
economics and policy issues; and (5) non
-
timber forest
products and lesser
-
known timbers. The goal is to enable

African forest scientists to
carry out
important and high
-
quality research with assured,

adequate funding and full international
recognition. Competition is annual and there is no deadline, though proposals are evaluated in
October and April of each year.


African Women Leaders in Agr
iculture and the Environment (A
WLAE)

Winrock Internationa
l AWLAE Program

Mucai Drive, Off Ngo
o
ng Rd.

P.O. Box 60745, Nairobi KENYA

T
el: 254.2.2712966/2711590 Fax: 254.2.2712839

Einail:
awlae.ea@winrock.org

Internet
: h
ttp
:
//
www.winrock.or
g/eastafrica/Awlae/fellowship.
htm


Grants to women
fr
om developing cou
ntries to pursue graduate studies in agriculture and the
environment

in the US. Fellows enrolled in an
African

university pursue further course work and
leadership training. Completion of studies and documentation of research will take place at the
A
fr
ican

university
from

which the degree will be awarded


Aga Khan Foundation (AKF)

1
-
3 Avenue de la Paix

1202 Geneva Switzerland

Internet:
http:/
/
www.hon.ch/Misc/Sponsor/aga khan.html


Aga Khan Foundation Kenya

Aga Khan Foundation East Africa Regional Offic
e


P.O. Box 40898

ICEA Building (8th floor)

Kenyatta Avenue

Nairobi, Kenya


Overall funding focuses on: (1) health systems; (2) education including early childhood care and
development; (3) rural development (particularly in resource
-
poor, degraded or
remote
environments); and (4) NGO Enhancement; as well as the following 4 cross
-
cutting issues:


10

Human Resource Development; Community Participation; Gender and Development; and
Environment.
The majority of AKF projects are grants to grassroots organizatio
ns. The
foundation has its headquarters in Geneva and branch offices in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan,
Tajikistan,
Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Madagascar,
Syria
, Iran, France, Portugal, the UK, the
US and Canada.


The Aga Khan Foundation provides a limited num
ber of scholarships each year for postgraduate
studies to outstanding students from developing countries
that

have no other means of financing
their studies. Scholarships are competitively awarded on a 50% grant
-
50% loan basis annually in
June. The foundat
ion gives priority to requests for Masters
-
level courses but is also willing t
o
consider applications for PhD

programs when doctoral degrees are necessary for the student's
career objectives. Requests will also be considered for
travel and study awards for

PhD

students
doing research in Third World countries on topics judged of interest to the Aga Khan
Development Network. Applications for short
-
term courses are not considered; neither are
applications from students who have already started their courses of

study.


Alavi Foundation

500 Fifth Avenue, 39th Floor

New York, New Yo
rk 10110

Tel: 212.944.8333

Internet:
http:/ /www.alavifoundation.o
rg /
pa
ge
01
.htm


Grants to US and international institutions (favoring Muslim and Islamic schools).
No deadline
f
or proposals.
One primary aim is to promote understanding and harmony among people of
different religions. Another aim is to promote study of the humanities, arts and pure and applied
sciences. Write foundation for application g
uidelines and application fo
rm.


Allen Foundation, Inc.

8
12 West Main Street

Midland, Michigan 48641
-
1606


Mailing
Address:

Dale Baum, Secretary

The Allen Foundation, Inc

PO Box 1606

Midland, Michigan 48641
-
1606

Internet:
http:
/ / www.tamu.edu/baum/allen.html


The

Allen Foun
dation makes grants to projects that benefit
human

nutrition in the areas of
education, training and research. It makes grants in the field of human nutrition, and funds
programs relevant to nutritional research anywhere in the world.

It supports these pr
ograms: (1)
human

nutrition and training of children and
young

adults to
improve their health; (2) education and training for mothers during pregnancy and after birth of
children to assist in forming good nutritional habits at an early age; (3) training pe
rsons as
educators in nutritional practices; and (4) dissemination of information about sound nutritional
practices. The foundation funds only nonprofit organizations and requires matching funds for
projects from the organization or other individuals. The
foundation supplies an on
-
line application
form that must accompany all proposals, available at
http:/ /
www.allenfoundation.org/
apply.asp.

Grants range from about $2,000 to $1,000,000.


11

Altria Group, Inc. (umbrella for Philip Morris, Inc. and Kraft Foods)

Internet:
http://www.altria.com/responsibility/04 05 01 grant

guidlines.asp.



Altria supports nonprofit organizations
through

its
Environment

Grants Program

http://www.altria.com/responsibility/04 05 01
environment

GrantPro
gr
am.as
p
. All applications
must

be submitted in response to
Requests for Proposals (RFP).
Proposals not submitted in
response to a specific RFP will not be considered for funding. For current RFPs, go

http://www.altria.com/responsibility/04 05 01 grantguidlines.asp.
For further

informat
ion on
Altria's international grant making, contact international offices listed below.


Kraft Foods International

Worldwide Headquarters

800 Westchester Avenue

Rye Brook, New York 10573 Tel: 914.335.2500


Philip Morris International.

Corporate Affai
rs Dept.

Ave. De Co
ur 107, CasePostale

1001 Lausanne

SWITZERLAND

Tel: 41.21.618.61.11


American Association for the Advancement of Science

WISC Travel Grant, Directorate for International Programs

1200 New York Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20005

Intern
et:
http
:/ /www.aaas.org/international/wiscnew.shtml


Women's International Science Collaboration Program 2001
-
2003.
T
he American Association for
the

Advancement of Science
(AAAS) Directorate for International Programs has announced
guidelines for
the

Wom
en's International Science Collaboration (WISC) Program for 2001
-
2003.
Supported by
the

US National Science Foundation, this program aims to increase participation of
women in international scientific research by helping establish new research partnerships

with

colleagues in Central/Eastern Europe,
the
Newly Independent States of
the

Former Soviet Union,
Near East, Middle East, Pacific, Africa,
the

Americas and Asia. Small grants ($4,000
-
$5,000)
provide travel and living support for a US scientist and, when

appropriate, a co
-
PI to visit a
partner country to develop a research program. Funds can also be used to support a second visit to
the partner country or for a foreign partner to travel to the US. Women scientists who have PhDs
or
equivalent

research expe
rience are eligible. Applicants who have received doctoral degrees
within
the

past six years will receive special consideration, as will scientists applying to work
with

colleagues in less
frequently

represented countries and regions. Applicants must be ci
tizens of

the

US or permanent residents. Due dates: January and July 15, annually. All applications must be
postmarked by
these

dates.



12

American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational
Foundation Fellowships
and Grants

AAU
W Educational Founda
tion

Department 60

2201 North Dodge Street

Iowa City, Iowa 52243
-
4030

Tel: 319.337.1716 ext. 60

Internet:
http:
/ /
www.aauw.org/3000 / fdnfelgr
a/ internat.html


AAUW's International Fellowships are awarded for full
-
time study or research to women

who
are
not US citizens or perm
anent residents. Both graduate and postgraduate
study at accredited
institutions is

supported. The Foundation will award 57 fellowships for the 2004
-
05 academic
year. Applications are closed for the 2003
-
04 academic year. Applica
tions for 2004
-
05 will be
available on the above Internet site after August 1, 2003. Application postmark deadline is
December 16, 2003 for fellowship year of July 1, 2004
-
June 30, 2005.


American Express Foundation

c/o The American Express Company

Amer
ican Express Tower

American Express Philanthropic Program

Worl
d Financial Center

New York, New York 10285
-
4803

Internet:
http://home3.americanexpress.com/corp/philanthropy/themes.asp


Grants are made through 3 funding programs: (1) community service; (
2) cultural heritage and (3)
economic independence. Proposals are actively sought in categories 2 and 3, both nationally and
internationally. Also, American Exp
ress senior managers work directl
y with local organizations to
develop projects wid1in
clude

cult
ural heritage and economic independence programs. Outside the
US, grants are made to organizations that document not
-
for
-
profit status.

To apply for funding, prepare a hard
-
copy proposal in the form of a letter, no more than 2
-
3 pages
in length, which cle
arly states the following information: (1) name and address of organization;
(
2) contact person, titl
e, telephone and fax numbers and email address; (3) funds requested; (4)
geographic area served by organization; (5) description of projec4 including objec
tives, target
groups to be served, needs to be addressed, activities to be undertaken. expected outcomes, current
involvement of American Express employees and advisors and project timetable; (6) if applicable,
describe future plans for including American
Express volunteers; (7) detailed project budget; (8)
plans for evaluating results; and (9) history of any previous support from the American ~~xpress
Philanthropic Program, American Express Foundation, American Express Minnesota
Philanthropic Program, Amer
ican Express Cultural
Af
fairs, an American Express business unit or
subsidiary or the American Express Volunteer Action Fund. Note: Only proposals in hard