“Gender Mainstreaming in Rural Transport – Call for research concepts

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The Research for Community Access Partnership would like to inform you of the following opportunity:

Call for Research concepts in “Gender Mainstreaming in Rural Transport”

Following on from the Gender Mainstreaming discussion facilitated on GATNET during November-December 2015, The Research for Community Access Partnership (ReCAP) is pleased to publish a call for research concepts from researchers and practitioners to further explore aspects that will contribute to the key research areas.
 
ReCAP is interested in supporting an understanding of Gender Mainstreaming among those within the ReCAP community and beyond who are able to influence policy and practice in Africa and Asia (particularly in ReCAP partner countries). Individuals or organisations in Africa and Asia can submit research concepts, independently or in collaboration with other individuals or organisations in Africa, Asia or the rest of the world.
 
ReCAP envisages commissioning a ‘cluster’ of several proposals, each less than GBP 50,000. However, one or more larger collaborative projects could be considered.
 
Interested organisations or individuals can request the full document by sending an e-mail to Edson.Madeira@cardno.com with copy to Rebecca.Hunt@Cardno.uk.com, stating the project reference No.GEN2044B on the e-mail subject.
 
All submissions must be received by no later than 22nd February 2016, 17:00 UK time.
Cardno Emerging Markets is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to Child Protection.
For further information about the ReCAP please visit http://www.research4cap.org 
Project Management Unit – Cardno
Phone:+441844216500 Mob:+44 (0)7747271753
Email: Adrienne.Cox@cardno.uk.com
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