Grants Bulletin

Grants Bulletin

Sr Name Deadline Apply Here
The Roddenberry Prize
02 UN  World  Tourism  Organization:  
Healing  Solutions for Tourism Challange 
 April 10, 2020
03 Elrha:  Research  To  Support Covid-19
Response In Humanitarian Settings
First Round: April 13, 2020|
Rolling Basis
04 Antler:Callfor Start-UpsTackling COVID-19 April 15, 2020
05 British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy:
COVID-19 Funding Call
April 17, 2020
06 Islamic Development Bank: Transform Fund 2020 June 1, 2020
07 MIT Solve: Health Security & Pandemics Challenge June 18, 2020
08 Call for Code Global Challenge July 31, 2020
09 Mozilla Open Source Support Program (MOSS): 
COVID-19 Solutions Fund
10 National  Geographic: COVID-19  Emergency Fund for Journalists  None
11 Peace First: Peace First: COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants  None
12 Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting: Coronavirus News Collaboration Challenge None
13 Community Prototype Fund Accepted on a rolling basis
14 UNICEF Funding Opportunity for TECH Startups Accepted on a rolling basis
15 Global Innovation Fund Accepted on a rolling basis
16 Ignite National Technology Fund Accepted on a rolling basis
17 Rapid Response Fund Accepted on a rolling basis

The Roddenberry Prize seeks to highlight extraordinary organizations and support their efforts towards greater impact; seek out creative approaches from diverse members of our global community; and inspire others to take innovative and creative approaches to global problems. Four awards of $250,000 will be granted to organizations working in the areas of Education, Environment, Science, or Humanity. In addition to the four $250,000 awardees, up to five organizations in each field will be recognized publicly as Prize Finalists. Criteria for the Prize are innovativeness, potential for impact, vision, and track record.
Priority Areas
1. Education
2. Environment
3. Science
4. Humanity

Name Deadline Relevant Fields Details Duration Funding Limit Apply Here
COVID-19 Global South Artificial Intelligence and Data Innovation Program June 28, 2020) Sciences, Humanities,
IDRC and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)

are contributing up to CA$10 million towards a COVID-19 Global South Artificial Intelligence and Data Innovation Program. The Program aims to support multidisciplinary research to deepen understanding of how to develop and scale responsible (inclusive, rights-based, ethical, and sustainable) evidence-based artificial intelligence (AI) and data science approaches that support COVID-19 response and recovery in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Priority Areas
1. Development
2. Health
3. Information and Communication
4. Science and Technology
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