Canada’s International Development Research Centre, IDRC, will award up to seven scholarship in its Climate Change and Water Program (CCW) to help developing countries researchers understand how climate change affects water resources and find ways to improve the ability of citizens and governments to adapt to the changing environment.
Objective: CCW’s Adaptation H2O Graduate Research Awards aim to build research capacity by providing funding to graduate students working on subjects related to climate change and water.
Eligibility: Applicants must be citizens of a developing country and be enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program at a Canadian or developing-country university.
Worth of Awards: A maximum of seven awards, each with a maximum value of CA$15,000, are available in 2011-2012. The award covers field work expenses for graduate students who are enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program at a Canadian or developing-country university.
Application Deadline: September 1, 2011
For more information, and to apply, visit their website by clicking here.