Call for Applications for Fieldwork Grants 2017-2018. (CLOSED)

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14 Responses

  1. Josephat okemwa says:

    Thanks alot for the opportunity you gave me.I was almost stuck but now I am on track.

  2. Twinomujuni Arthur says:

    Hello IFRA-NAIROBI , Thanks for good work done. This is Twinomujuni Arthur a student MSc Agroforestry makerere University.

  3. Elizabeth Thiga says:

    The email with my application keeps returning and error message “cannot be delivered”

  4. DAVID MUGENDI says:

    I Really appreciate this opportunity. Quite stuck with my field work objective hope and trust that i can be considered.

  5. Romward Dionise Rwamalumba says:

    Thanks for the opportunity. We are working on it. I will be more happy if you improve the process so that the form can be filled online and submitted directly.Thanks.

  6. Monday Geofrey Akol says:

    THE APPLICATION IS NOT DOWNLOADING…how do we get the application form

    • Marie-Emmanuelle Pommerolle says:

      Hello Monday, Kindly click on the text “download the application here” to access and download the form through Google Drive. The download button will be at the top right of the document, next to the print button. All the best.

  7. That is great. I will do my best

  8. Chogor Andrew says:

    Thanks a lot for this opportunity.

  9. tonny says:

    Thank you for this opportunity.I will do my best and apply

  10. stephen Aloys says:

    This is great it has come in right time.

  11. Nanyonjo Grace says:

    Thanks for so for this wonderful opportunity. it will be a pleasure if am one of the beneficiaries.

  1. March 18, 2017

    […] IFRA-Nairobi is offering fieldwork grants to masters and doctoral students to conduct their research in 2017 in one of the five East African countries covered by the Institute: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda.IFRA’s main research themes include: political dynamics, culture and society, economy and land issues. The following topics are IFRA’s priority areas: Elections in Kenya (2017) : mobilization, devolution, culture & technologies, Violence & security : police violence, daily security practices, Informal trade and rural-urban linkages, Social inequalities, morality and authority. edit […]

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