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Seeking Local Consultant for Grantsmanship Program in Malaysia

Scope:  

CRDF Global is seeking a local consultant to assist with the implementation of a Malaysia technical writing and grantsmanship training program from December 2019 – April 2020. Working as an integral part of the implementing team, the consultant will support a series of two hands-on grantsmanship workshops to familiarize up to twenty participants with the technical grant-writing process. Both during and following the completion of workshops, the consultant will assist with participant team communication and coordination and provide review to assist participants in the development of abstracts, white papers, and draft full proposals.

The purpose of this program is to provide participants with the skills to develop competitive research proposals and familiarize them with the process of applying for international grant funding. Because this program is sponsored by BTRP, participants will focus attention specifically on developing a proposal to the program’s Fundamental Research Broad Agency Announcement (BAA). The BAA may be viewed by following this link (click on the frbaa14-24 amendment 11 posting.pdf file located under the “Related Documents” tab), paying particular attention to the opportunity description outlined in the Thrust Area 6 section on pages 7-9 of the document.

Background:  

Founded in 1995, CRDF Global is an independent nonprofit organization that promotes international scientific and technical collaboration through grants, technical resources, training, and services. Based in Arlington, Virginia with offices in the Eurasia and MENA regions, CRDF Global works with more than 40 countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Eurasia, and Asia. We specialize in bringing isolated scientific communities into the scientific mainstream through a variety of science engagement and capacity-building programs. CRDF Global encourages science cooperation between countries where official relations are strained. 

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