This guide provides access to funding resources for agricultural research scientists. It makes available information of donors and sponsors at regional and global levels offering funding opportunities for research training, travel, and projects.
The sourcebook compiles information on funding sources, policies and delivery mechanisms, with particular focus on projects in developing countries. Its contents come from various sources: donor agencies and countries, Collaborative Partnership on Forestry (CPF) members, international forest-related organizations and instruments, developments banks, private sources, regional processes, foundations and international non-governmental organizations.
Other Funding Directories and Web Sites
Grants organised by categories, including agriculture and livestock.
Financial Aid, Scholarships, Fellowships and Postdoctoral Awards are the main categories of this directory. Web site created by Francisco Alberto Tomei Torres, an environmental engineering scientist.
Information provided by the James Cook University on funding, including fellowships. Some of the subjects covered are nutrition, climate change, fisheries and aquaculture, ecology and biodiversity.
It offers a section with information on grants classified by subjects, including calls for research studies in Europe.
Research and Fellowships offered by German institutions. Under the Research section they provide a list with links and a short description in English.
Eurofunding Mag gives you all the latest news on European funding programmes and EU calls for proposals from all major European Institutions.
This funding directory is organized by target organizations, subject areas, activities, educational level and geographic options.
Funding is classified by regions in this site.
This directory lists foundations and grant makers by name. Users can scroll through their directory.
You can search the Funders Online directory at two level: simple, i.e. by name, country and/or website features; or advanced, i.e. by name, country, website features, subject/geographic/population focus and types of support provided. You can also search by making different combinations of all the above categories.
It provides a directory with channels on grants and fundraising opportunities.
GDNet supports researchers working in developing countries by providing a range of funding information services carrying up-to-date news of grants, fellowships and other funding opportunities, specially selected for relevance to social science researchers. Further details of these services are given on this page. They also distribute a Newsletter.
Looking for a grant from the Australian Government? GrantsLINK will help you to find it. The site is updated on an ongoing basis.
It is a searchable, continuously updated, database of funding opportunities in biomedical research and science education. It contains programs that offer training and research funding for graduate and medical students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty, as well as programs in science, math, engineering, and technology for undergraduate faculty and students. Username and password needed.
LASPAU is a non-profit organization affiliated with Harvard University and governed by an independent, inter-American board of trustees. LASPAU designs, develops, and implements academic and professional programs to benefit the Americas.
The Office of International Research (OIR) makes all researchers aware of international project funding opportunities. Information is organized in three sections: current calls for proposals by order of application deadline; programs that accept proposals on an ad hoc basis; and other programs in support to research.
The site illustrates the many types of indexes, directories, guides, databases, and other reference materials that are available to help you find your way through the funding maze.
It is a project set up to inform and advice young researchers from Central and Eastern Europe and Germany about European funding programmes to undertake doctoral and postdoctoral research.
This page is devoted to online resources in the field of international philanthropy.
It offers a very detailed list of funding opportunities. It takes into account the public o private character of the funding.
It provides a list of institutions, mainly from Sweden, that fund research projects and offer grants.
Search the annotated links to corporate foundations by subject or geographic keyword.
It covers all aspects of researching grants, writing grant proposals and negotiating with funding sources. First offered in 1972 and continuously updated, this rigorous 5-day workshop was the first grantsmanship training ever offered
It provides up-to-date information and deadlines for research funding opportunities under the Sixth Framework Programme on Research and Technological Development.
Selected International grants, exchanges, fellowships, and collaborative research opportunities in Agriculture.
This guide contains a detailed description of grants, fellowships, and scholarships available to university students, scholars, and professionals seeking funding to undertake studies or research in forestry or natural resources.
The popular directory has devoted a page to specific funding in Agriculture.