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This conference will be a gathering of the Network’s current and potential partners across Southeast Asia, a sharing of key project outputs and findings, program implementation experiences and critical learnings of our individual fellows and institutional partners, and the formal launching of the “Inclusive Innovation Hub”, an online, open-access knowledge and networking platform that houses resource contributions from UNIID-SEA’s partners.

What is Innovation for Inclusive Development?

 

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SHORTLISTED PROPOSALS

IID Challenge Grants Program: Mainstreaming Innovation for Inclusive Development (IID) Research in Southeast Asia

  

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By Dana de Guzman

According to Dr. Tusy Adibroto, Principal Engineer of the Center for Environmental Technology at the Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology Indonesia (BPPT), the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) Declaration back in 2000 has prompted various poverty alleviation efforts worldwide, including in Indonesia.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

IID Challenge Grants Program: Mainstreaming Innovation for Inclusive Development (IID) Research in Southeast Asia

IID Challenge Grants Program is a small grants program initiated by the Universities and Councils Network on Innovation for Inclusive Development in Southeast Asia(UNIID-SEA), and its partner research councils the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP), National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT), Dewan Riset Nasional (DRN), National Council for Science & Technology Policy, Vietnam (NCSTP).

The IID Challenge Grants Program will be implemented in four countries: Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, from May 2014 to October 2014.

by Dr. Nguyen Luu Bao Doan

On April 24th, the local research team at Hoa Sen University organized a focus group discussion that aimed to identify bodies of knowledge and sets of skills needed for a course on IID by engaging individuals from NGOs and government agencies that are working directly with communities, or those who have received formal education in service learning and community service.