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2016 Development Policy Research Month

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To promote and draw nationwide awareness on the importance of policy research in national development, Malacañang Proclamation No. 247 declares the month of September of every year as the Development Policy Research Month. This year’s theme is “Angkop na Kahandaan: Matatag na Ekonomiya at Lipunan (Investing in Risk Reduction for a Resilient Philippines)”, which aims to highlight the need for in-depth reflections and analyses of resilience building, risk reduction, and structural transformation, and the role of appropriate policy interventions in building the country’s resilience to various economic, environmental, political, and social risks and stresses. The celebration also hopes to emphasize to policymakers the importance of resilience thinking and the formulation of appropriate policy interventions to build economic resilience.

4th Cycle of Philippine-California Advanced Research institutes (PCARI) Project Request for Proposal


Grant for Japan-related Research Projects

The Sumitomo Foundation is now accepting applications for the Fiscal 2016 “Grant for Japan-related research projects”. For more information, please visit the Sumitomo Foundation website ( or head straight to the grant information site (

MEMO No. FRN 16-033: Call for Extension Grant Proposals

FRN 16033

Laboratory Animal Workshop (CHED endorsed)




MEMO No. FRN 16-031: ELC Applications, A.Y. 2016-2017

USAID STRIDE Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology Call for Applications for Advance Research Scholarships


New USAID STRIDE Advanced Research Scholarships

DEADLINE: October 15, 2016

Dear STRIDE Stakeholder and Partner:

The Science, Technology, Research, and Innovation for Development (STRIDE) is the flagship science and technology program by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Philippines that will spur inclusive economic growth by boosting science and technology research.

STRIDE is now accepting applications from Filipino MS and doctoral candidates as well as MS and PhD degree holders from Philippine universities to conduct research under the supervision of a U.S. university professor for at least six (6) months up to a maximum of 12 months.

Please pass this on to your family, friends, and colleagues who might be interested in the scholarships.

For more information about the new scholarships and to submit your application, please click here or go to our website at unities/scholarships.

We will only accept applications made through our online application system.


STRIDE Program 


Biodiversity and Chemical Biology of Marine and Terrestrial Life in the Philippine Region

A3 poster BCBMTP draft 8 2016-07-08-page-001

MEMO No. FRN 16-028: Reminder on the Revised Guidelines for Assigning RLC/CWLC (PERSONALLY FUNDED)

FRN 16028

MEMORANDUM No. FRN 16-027: Call for Submission of RLC/CWLC Applications, A.Y. 2016-2017

MEMO FRN 16-027

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