Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises programme
This programme provides support for research institutes and humanitarian organisations that work in partnership to improve health outcomes in humanitarian crises.
The programme is managed by ELRHA (Enhancing Learning and Research for Humanitarian Assistance) and is a partnership between the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Wellcome Trust.
Scheme at a glance
Where your host organisation is based:
UK, Republic of Ireland, Low- and middle-income countries, Rest of the world
Type of researcher:
Level of funding:
Usually an overall budget of about £2 million for each call
Duration of funding:
The maximum duration of a grant is 24 months
Eligibility and suitability
What we offer
How to apply
You’re consolidating your research career. You lead on research projects and are establishing a research team.
You’re an experienced researcher responsible for the strategic direction of your research programme(s) and team(s).
- Republic of Ireland
- Low- and middle-income countries
Low-income, lower-middle-income and upper-middle-income countries, as defined by the World Bank.
- Rest of the world
You're not a clinically qualified researcher.
You're a clinically qualified medic, vet, dentist or psychologist.
- Public health
If you have any questions, please email the R2HC team:
This round is now closed.
Application deadline for expressions of interest
15 July 2016
Successful applicants invited to submit full proposals
Full proposal deadline
Announcement of successful applicants