Call for Expressions of Interest: Small Research Grants 2021

Call for Expressions of Interest: Small Research Grants 2021

Deadline: 28-Feb-21

The SAARC Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Centre (STAC) is pleased to announce the opportunity for interested research institutions to submit brief Expression of Interest (EOIs) for research proposals related to the area of “Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Diseases.”

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The STAC seeks to accelerate the progress toward achieving Sustainable Development Goals with a vision to make the SAARC region free of TB and HIV/AIDS and the mission to support the efforts of National TB and HIV/AIDS Control Programmes through evidence based policy guidance, coordination and technical support.

This grant will be awarded for research focused on either surveillance/program evaluation, policy gaps or any other program related small study.

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Area of focus for the proposed projects:

Improving the screening and diagnosis of TB including Latent TB and Drug resistance TB;
Prevention of TB especially in people living with HIV;
Gender and social determinants of TB and /or HIV/AIDS;
Evaluate and optimize the strategies to improve the case finding and reducing barriers to diagnose, treatment access for TB and/or HIV/AIDS;
Evaluation of public health programs such as advocacy programs; Infection prevention and control (IPC) practices etc;
Public health impact of the pandemic on the TB and/or HIV/AIDS program;
Any other identified policy /program gaps in TB and/HIV/AIDS.
Funding Information

The grants awarded for projects related to Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Diseases under this program will be approximately US$ 10,000 and will be funded through the SAARC Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Centre, Nepal.
Please note that final awards may be less than the maximum amount of US$10,000 but not exceeding that.
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Research institutions (public research institutions / government organizations / universities / national TB and HIV/AIDs programs) from SAARC member states who have the experience of working in the field are eligible to apply.
Applicants/Research organizations should preferably identify an in-country subject matter expert (SME) (preferably at the national TB or HIV/AIDS program) who will serve as the in-country direct supervisor for the project for the duration of the grant.
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