ALERT | The deadline for submissions has been extended until Saturday 12 June, midnight GMT (3.30 AM IST) for the MIDP award. The deadline for the ORD category is extended till Thursday 29 July, midnight GMT (3:30 AM IST).
The Global Development Awards Competition is administered by GDN, funded under the Policy and Human Resources Development Fund (PHRD) trust fund managed by the World Bank, and generously supported by the Ministry of Finance, Government of Japan. Impact stories from the competition.
The 2021 edition of the Global Development Awards Competition will feature two categories:
The Japanese Award for Outstanding Research on Development (2021)
The Japanese Award for Outstanding Research on Development (ORD) is a competitive research grant program that identifies and funds outstanding research proposals that have a high potential for excellence in research and clear policy implications for addressing development issues in low and middle-income countries (World Bank definition).
The Global Development Network (GDN) invites researchers from low-income or middle-income countries to submit research proposals within the theme, 'International trade and the promotion of biodiversity.'
The Japanese Award for Most Innovative Development Project (2021)
The Japanese Award for Most Innovative Development Project (MIDP) is a competitive grant program that supports non-profit Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in low or lower-middle-income countries (World Bank definition) to recognize the innovative approach of their projects. The first prize winner is also eligible to compete under the Japan Social Development Fund for an additional grant of up to US$ 200,000 to pilot their innovative work at a larger scale.
The Global Development Network (GDN) invites non-profit NGOs and CSOs from low and lower-middle-income countries to submit project applications within the following three themes: 'Universal health coverage and COVID,' 'Community-driven, climate-related, disaster risk reduction in rural areas' and 'Quality urban infrastructure and community driven governance.'