New call for proposal - Special initiative

Evaluating the effectiveness of alternative interventions to reduce teenage childbearing in Latin America

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The Latin-American office of the Poverty and Economic Policy (PEP) Research Network, in association with the  Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) and the Group for the Analysis of Development (GRADE), announces a call for proposals for at least 2 research grants including technical and financial support for projects that evaluate the effectiveness of alternative interventions to reduce teenage childbearing in Latin America. Projects can use either an experimental or non-experimental design. For projects with experimental design, studies at any stage are encouraged (collecting baseline data, collecting follow-up data or conducting the impact analysis based on existing or already collected data). For projects at an early phase, expected products will be suitably defined and complementary financial support could be provided at a further point. Financial support at the current stage will be of up to $US 45,000 each, depending on the scope of the work proposed.

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