Grants and competitions
Each year we run a range of grant schemes and competitions to identify best practice and support innovation in improving access, production and use of research information and knowledge from within the countries where we work. The exact focus and eligibility of these schemes and competitions varies each year.
For further guidance on writing grant proposals for INASP grants can be found here.
Below is a list of links to details of small grants schemes and competitions that have come to a close. These pages may include an outline of the competition details, the eligibility criteria and details on the successful applications. Many of our schemes and competitions run on an annual basis and will be announced when applications re-open.
We are encouraging our partner and network countries to use Open Access Week to showcase the activities that universities and research institutions within developing and emerging countries are planning and doing.find out more
Innovation grants for projects using online research literature INASP’s innovation grants will support research and/or practical projects where access to the necessary literature makes (or could make) a significant contribution to the success of the project.find out more
The 2015 Journals Online grants offer to opportunity for journal editors/administrators to run a workshop or event on a topic related to the improvement of the journal quality and/or editorial processes of their journal.find out more
This competition invites librarians and consortia to outline their marketing and promotion plans for the year and enter to win one of 10 small grants to use towards the implementation of their plans.find out more
INASP wishes to support new and emerging library and information leaders, based in institutions which are members of a library consortia or equivalent national body supported by INASP, by providing opportunities to extend knowledge and expertise in critical areas.find out more
The VakaYiko Consortium small grants scheme is aimed at supporting policy makers to make effective use of evidence.find out more