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The World Bank Strategic Research Program (SRP), a multi-donor trust fund initially funded by Department for International Development  (DFID), was established in February 2014. It aims to carry out research programs and projects related to development economics; and to disseminate the knowledge and lessons learned from research findings to enable countries and stakeholders to have access to evidence-based research and to enhance research capacity in developing countries. Read More[+]

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The Strategic Research Program (SRP) will launch its third Call for Proposals on February 17, 2016. The SRP, a multi-donor trust fund initially funded by Department for International Development (DFID), aims to carry out research programs and projects related to development economics Read More[+]

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The World Bank Strategic Research Program (SRP), a multi-donor trust fund initially funded by DFID, is a new program established in February 2014. It aims to carry out research programs and projects related to development economics; and to disseminate the knowledge and lessons learned. Read More[+]

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The 2016 Call for Proposals has seven thematic focus areas. They are: Private Sector Development, Financial Development, Education, Trade and Globalization, Agriculture and Rural Development, Transport, and Poverty and Inequality. The following section is a guide to applicants on the thematic scope of the call. Read More[+]