The Science and Technology Division of the Inter-American Development Bank is pleased to announce the launch of its grants program: Innovation for Inclusive Development.
The objective of the program is to foster the development and dissemination of innovations in products, processes and services and engender solutions with the potential of improving the quality of life of poor and/or excluded people in Latin America and the Caribbean. Up to six grants, ranging from USD 30,000 to 100,000, will be awarded to the selected innovations to develop, test, or pilot these in the region.
The call for proposals is open to entities from all IADB member countries. However, the development, piloting, and implementation to be financed by the grant must take place in the Latin American and Caribbean region. Make sure that your proposal meets the Guidelines and Selection Criteria.
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