The French Institute for Research in Africa (IFRA) Fieldwork Grants program

  • About the grant: Grants offered usually range from 400 to 1,200 euros. They are not subject totaxes, and do not include open rights to social security. They are awarded as contributionstowards actual research costs and do not include stipends for applicants. 
  • Conditions of support: It is mandatory to be registered and/or attached to a university or researchunit as well as to mention other sources of funding
  • Deliverables: Grants beneficiaries will be requested to provide a working paper or an academicarticle that might be published through IFRA after peer-review. They might also be offered theopportunity to present the results of their work in a seminar or conference;
  • Advice to applicants: IFRA’s research funding is competitive as we receive more applications thanwhat we can fund. Your application must state in a clear and compelling way its relevance andinterest for research in East Africa and its possible contribution to IFRA’s main programs.

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