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Innovation Lab seeking resiliency research proposals from African partners

The Feed the Future Advancing Local Leadership, Innovation and Networks (ALL-IN) program, a collaborative research grant program between the Markets, Risk and Resilience Innovation Lab and the International Center for Evaluation and Development (ICED) is seeking research proposals from African institutions to advance host-country leadership in defining and implementing research projects.

ALL-IN calls for researchers at African institutions to take the lead in defining priorities within the following thematic areas:

  • Resilient Escapes from Poverty: Bundled programs that can have a bigger and more lasting impact on persistent poverty than the sum of their parts.
  • Financial and Agronomic Innovations for Inclusive Growth and Resilience: Expanding the potential of insurance, stress-tolerant seeds and other tools to manage the risk of drought, flood or other disasters.
  • Resilient Systems for Broadly-based Agricultural Growth: Ensuring that markets and other social systems are competitive and do not bypass women and young people.

An estimated 9-12 awards will be made under this request for proposals with a maximum award amount of $450,000. To find out more and keep up with deadline dates for submission, visit the ALL-IN page on the MRR Innovation Lab’s website.