Share-Net 2017 grants call for countries involved in the knowledge platform (Jordan, Netherlands, Bangladesh, Burundi)

Share-Net Netherlands is an organization initiated by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs to serve as a knowledge platform that combines the expertise of Dutch organizations, Southern partners and key international actors working in the area of reproductive health to support the role of knowledge in developing policies and evidence-based practices and ensure a strategic use of resources for maximum benefit at the local and international levels and establish a platform that supports reproductive health research and offers grants to countries involved in the knowledge platforms of Share-Net (Jordan, Netherlands, Burundi, Bangladesh). The total amount available for this call is 150,000 euros. The upper limit per grant is 10,000 euros.

For more details on this grant and how to apply, go to the following website:

The Higher Population Council serves as the focal point for Share-Net in Jordan to carry out activities with local partners and conduct qualitative studies on reproductive health and enhance the research population research database (share-net ) and link it directly to research centers in academic institutions and reproductive healthcare providers.

Please review to see if you can apply for grants. Applications must be made in English using the form specified for this purpose. The closing date for applications is July 21, 2017, 17:00

For any questions, please contact:

Francoise Jenniskens, Interim Share-Net International Director –

Meike Stieglis, Share-Net Netherlands Coordinator –

Qualified applicants will be notified by August 15, 2017. Awarded projects should begin work from September 1, 2017 and end within 3 months by November 1, 2017.