The Education Quality & Learning for All (EQUAL) Global Network has announced its second round of Requests for Proposals (RFP) for seed grants to fund scholars in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East/North Africa. Applicants must be a citizen of a country in either of those two regions and an early career scholar who received his or her doctorate degree within the past eight years. Applicants also must have faculty status or full-time employment at a university or research institute. Applicants’ seed grant proposals should focus on measurement, evaluation and/or impact evaluation relevant to Sustainable Development Goal 4.
Based at New York University’s Global TIES for Children Center and New York University Abu Dhabi, EQUAL represents the education network of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Click here to learn more about the seed grants. Letters of Intent must be submitted by 5 PM Eastern time on March 19, 2018.