ResilientAfrica Network – Horn of Africa Somalia Resilience Innovation Hub (HoA Somalia RIHub) is pleased to announce and invite applications for the Collaborative Resilience Innovation Design for Recurrent Effects of Chronic Internal Displacement (CRID4CID) grants.
This call is sourcing innovative ideas for resilience building in areas affected by the effects of chronic internal displacement in the Benadir region in Somalia, particularly in Hodan, Hamarwyene, and Wadijir. Applications may also be considered for similar communities within Ethiopia and Kenya, all of which are under the Horn of Africa RILab. The Horn of Africa Somalia Resilience Innovation Hub (HoA Somalia RIHub) is hosted by Benadir University’s Somali Disaster Resilience Institute (SDRI).
To effectively tap into the immense innovation potential of students in solution development, ResilientAfrica Network – West Africa Resilience Innovation Lab (RAN WARILab) is pleased to announce WARILab Youth Spark Innovation Grants (YSiG+) which will recognize and support promising and creative ideas from students at University for Development Studies, Ghana. The best ideas will receive grants ranging from $1,000 – $5,000 to further develop and refine their ideas. .
By leveraging creativity of students and the power of competition to drive innovation, YSIG+ provide a great platform for students across all disciplines to use their creativity, passion and knowledge to create solutions that will contribute to RAN’s Resilience Innovation agenda.
RAN is pleased to announce the second chapter of the Youth Spark Innovation grants, this time focusing on ‘Social innovations’ that leverage the power of humanities, social sciences, public health, law and economics to change society. The best projects will receive grants ranging from US$2,500 – $7,500 to develop their ideas to the next level of the innovation pipeline.
This call will put particular focus on concepts, approaches, ideas, and technologies that leverage human social interactions and behaviour to solve social issues towards transformation of communities affected by recurrent shocks and stresses.
(YSiG-S) provides a great platform for students across all disciplines but with particular focus on students of social sciences, humanities, public health, law and economics.