As part of its start-up activities, PRICNAC (Promotion of Research, Innovation and Digital Culture in Central Africa) is about to launch a programme of micro-projects to be implemented by local networks and which fall within its objectives and those of the ACP Innovation Fund. These micro-projects will be supported by a grant amounting to a maximum of EUR 155,000 per micro-project over 10 to 14 months. They will interrelate and, at the end of their implementation, become part of the larger PRICNAC network.
The forthcoming call for proposals is aimed at the following groups: higher education institutions; secondary education institutions; research centres/research networks; multinational private companies; SMEs; national public administrations; local public administrations; chambers of commerce; NGOs and associations.To qualify for this call, micro-projects must meet the following specific objectives.
CThese micro-projects should be based on the Smart Specialisation Strategies (S3) logic. The maximum grant available per micro-project is €155,000 for 10 to 14 months. In July, a series of activities will be organised to support the potential applicants to the call for proposals for micro projects:
This announcement was first published on the AUF website