Deadline: 14 November 2016
The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) is seeking proposals for a programme entitled “Impact evaluation of a health intervention in Cameroon” with an aim to contribute to the development of healthy human capital that is productive and capable of contributing to strong, inclusive and sustainable economic growth.
- Improve maternal and neonatal health, and child and adolescent health, especially in the northern regions
- Control diseases (mainly non-communicable diseases) by revitalising primary health care through community partnerships
- Expand tertiary and secondary healthcare to reduce the number of medical evacuations abroad
- Strengthen health system governance
- Only legally registered organisations and consortia of registered organisations, not individuals, may apply.
- The lead grant-holding organisation and the lead principal investigator (PI) may be located anywhere in the world.
- The research team will be required to include at least one researcher who is a Cameroonian national resident in Cameroon as a lead or co-PI.
- If not an independent consultant, s/he should be working for an organisation that is registered in Cameroon. The Cameroonian researcher must make a substantivecontributions to the study design and implementation, including data analysis, report writing and managing in-country relationships with key stakeholders.
- Preference will be given to research teams with at least one PI or co-PI fluent in French.
- Government agency employees who are part of the research team cannot be paid using 3ie grant funds.
- Each proposal must be submitted by a single organisation that may include other organisations or individuals as sub-grantees or sub-contractors (subject to 3ie’s direct and indirect cost policies).
- For-profit organisations are eligible to apply, but are restricted to the same indirect cost limits as non-profit organisations. They may not charge a fee.
How to Apply
Interested applicants must apply online via given website.
For more information, please visit Impact Evaluation of a Health Intervention.