A new funding scheme for climate and health
Application deadline: 13 April

Unlocking urgent climate action by making the health effects of climate change visible: This new funding opportunity will support transdisciplinary teams to deliver short-term, high-impact projects combining evidence generation with communications and/or public engagement. Projects funded will share the overall aim of driving urgent climate policy and practice change.

Intra-Africa Mobility for Training Agribusiness and Food Systems Scientists for African Agriculture (TAFSA) Call for Degree Seeking Mobility, Cohort III

Intra-Africa Mobility to Train Agribusiness and Food System Scientists for African Agriculture
(TAFSA) is funded by the European Union (EU). The program is run by 5 African Universities namely,
Eduardo Mondlane University (Mozambique); Gulu University (Uganda); Makerere University
(Uganda); University of Abomey Calavi (Benin), and University of Pretoria (South Africa). The goal of
TAFSA project is to enhance synergetic cooperation amongst selected Agricultural Universities in
Africa. Specifically, the project aims at supporting these African universities with research and
training of skilful and competent professionals to contribute to the improvement of food systems,
and agribusiness to respond to challenges associated with food insecurity and malnutrition, poverty
and unemployment.

Clinical Research: from idea to publication

EDCTP2 grant holders are invited to participate in a webinar on requesting amendments to the grant agreement.

This webinar is targeted at EDCTP grant holders, and in particular coordinators, who need to request an amendment to the grant agreement. The webinar will be conducted by Dr Louwrens Kiestra, EDCTP Legal Officer, and Dr Johanna Roth, EDCTP Project Officer.