2021-2022 South Caucasus Small Grants Program: Call for Letters of Intent
Individuals interested in submitting a project proposal for South Caucasus Small Grants Program funding must first submit a Letter of Intent (LOI). LOIs are due by 11:45 pm Atlanta/EST on September 15, 2021. Both the LOI and project proposal must be submitted in English.
Your LOI should also include a one-page description of the proposed project that must contain the following information:
- Project title
- Name and affiliation of Principal Investigator (applicant)
- Expected collaborators and significant institutional participants
- The proposed project (i.e., description of your project)
- Goal and main objectives (stated as public health purpose of the project)
- Data and human subject involvement (i.e., describe type and source of data collected)
- Reporting (i.e., what do you expect to report and to whom)
If the applicant is submitting two LOIs, each LOI must include the information listed above.
Please limit the LOI to no more than 2 pages (1 page for the letter and 1 page for the one-page project summary). Please use the templates that have been provided here.
LOIs should be submitted online via the web form below.
Note: You must be logged into the TEPHINET website with your TEPHINET account to access the form below. You can log in here.
- If you do not already have a TEPHINET account, then you must first create a new account and register here.
- If you have an existing TEPHINET account but have forgotten the password, you can recover your password here.
- If you have any questions or encounter issues submitting the application online, please email the Small Grants Program at sgp [at] tephinet [dot] org.
Applicants whose LOIs are selected to submit a full proposal are expected to be notified by October 1, 2021 and will receive instructions on how to submit their full proposal through the TEPHINET website submission system.