Grants

Grant application

 

Individuals or organisations may apply for financial support from the ESC for activities that are in accordance with the aims of the Society as described in the Statutes. They comprise:

Project

This grant may be used to support an individual, group, institute or organisation  with a project that has a scientific basis with a described relevant outcome(s) and is related to the aims of the ESC. Examples include: research into methods or provision of contraception, sexual and reproductive health, validated questionnaires to understand uptake or utilisation of a method or procedure; or needs-assessment within a community or locality.

Applications (Second half year 2017)

A maximum of 10,000 euro per project application can be requested. The ESC may not be in a position to fully fund approved applications. 

Deadline: applications must be received at ESC Central Office by 31 December 2017.

The Project application form will be available soon.

Course

This grant may be used to support a regional or local educational course related to the aims of the ESC.

Applications (Second half year 2017) 

A maximum of 5,000 euro per course application can be requested. The ESC may not be in a position to fully fund approved applications. 

Deadline: applications must be received at ESC Central Office by 31 December 2017. 

The Course application form will be available soon.

Humanitarian aid

The ESC will provide  one time funding to support a humanitarian aid project. The venue may be anywhere in the world, but MUST be oriented and related to contraception, sexual and/or reproductive health. The money MUST be used for a defined project within a definite time frame.

The decision process

The decision process for granting a project or course is described in the rules & policies. The members of the Internal Scientific Committee (ISC) initially review all applications by scoring each application on the following items:

  • The structure of the proposal: rationale, innovation, approach and outcomes expected
  • Is the budget realistic and meets the requirements of the guidelines?
  • Competence of the principal investigator and the staff
  • Feasibility of the project
  • Is this an innovative proposal
  • Sustainable effects on the field of sexual and reproductive health

ISC will make the decision regarding the winners of grant applications with involvement of the Treasurer or Vice Treasurer.

The decision process for granting a humanitarian aid project is also described in the rules & policies. The members of the Executive Committee (EC) are involved in the selection procedure. The final decision is made by the Executive Committee. 
 

 

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