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African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES) - Call for Proposals: Prevalence Reduction Innovation Forum (PRIF)

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Posted February 13, 2020 from Brazil
Expired on March 3, 2020
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The African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES) logo

The University of Georgia has been awarded funding from the US Dept of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (J/TIP) to implement an innovation conference and issue sub-awards for research on the prevalence of human trafficking.
The African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES), a consortium of researchers from the University of Georgia (USA) and University of Liverpool (UK), is managing the grant.

Aims:
1) To document the robustness of various methodological approaches in human trafficking prevalence research;
2) To identify and build the capacity of human trafficking teams in the design, testing, and dissemination of human trafficking prevalence data.

To achieve these aims, they are seeking strong research teams to apply at least 2 methods of estimating human trafficking prevalence in a selected hot spot and sector outside the USA.

Award Amount: $200,000-$450,000.

All application documents must be in English.

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Nonprofit organizations in or outside of the USA, including universities, other research organizations, NGOs, INGOs are eligible to apply.

Project period: 18 months.

Full Proposal Deadline: March 4, 2020 at 5:00 pm US EST.

For more information please visit https://tinyurl.com/u98arbf

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Ana Isabel Paraguay
Feb 13
Feb 13

Friendly reminders:
1. Study similar calls (open and closed ones) that interest you to discover what they have in common and how you can think ahead/plan to apply = increase your chances of success!
2. Prepare/update paperwork (certificates and attests usually required from an organization like yours);
3. Write (baby steps...!) and discuss a project draft - to validate the priorities within your group and to train your grant writing skills;
4. Do not wait to find a call and then start writing your proposal/project. Start now!!!
5. Visit the World Pulse website >>> My Pulse >>> Resources and then use its filters (right upper corner) to find what may really suit you;
6; Share the opportunities that may not apply to you but can interest others;
7. Spread the word about your failures and achievements in grant requests. Yes, tell these stories too... - they will enlighten and inspire your network.

Jill Langhus
Feb 14
Feb 14

Thanks, Ana!

Iam_motivated_jay
Feb 17
Feb 17

Appreciate this story