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Who Can Apply?

RAF recognises the need for much greater understanding about the lived realities for poor women and communities, in terms of their access to services, the quality of care that they receive and the extent to which these processes are empowering or disempowering. To this end, RAF proactively encourages organisations from multiple disciplines - including social science, health, economics and political/policy analysis to apply.
RAF strongly encourages applications from national/international organisations working in partnerships and consortiums.
-     Organisations registered with a public authority under relevant acts in Pakistan:
      -       For a minimum of 5 years if applying for a Large grant.
      -       For a minimum of 2 years if applying for a Small grant.
-     Only Pakistani nationals may apply as Individuals for a small grant for research.
-     International Organisations with presence and valid permission to work in Pakistan from a competent authority of Pakistan. Organisations must be authorised to open bank account in Pakistan and receive funds in Pak Rupees. 
  1. All projects must end by May 2013.
  2. Organisations may apply for multiple grants but they can be recipients of only one grant per call. An existing grantee that is shortlisted will not be eligible to receive more than 3 grants in total i.e. grants received under open/restricted calls, and commissioned work.
  3. All funds are processed in PAK Rupees only.
  4. All organisations/individuals excluding ‘not for profit’ and government institutions, must demonstrate availability of funds to carry out activities as no advance payment will be made.
  5. Applicants with a conflict of interest are required to declare their interest and in case of direct association with RAF will not be eligible to apply (e.g. consortium partners).
  6. RAF takes plagiarism very seriously and will reject applications with plagiarised content. Any material taken from other sources should be appropriately cited.
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