The Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) program - cycle seven is now open and accepting concept notes. PEER is a USAID global competitive scientific research program that invites scientists to apply for funds to support academic research and capacity-building activities in focus areas and research topics relevant to USAID’s development strategy. The research is conducted in partnership with U.S. Government (USG)-funded and selected private sector partners.
The PEER application process is open currently and concept notes are due no later than January 12, 2018. Lebanon researchers can apply under the Open Call for Proposals and the Middle East and North Africa/ Refugee Host Communities Health.
More information related to the application process is available at:
You may consult the National Academies website to find a USG supported partner, eligibility criteria and answers to frequently asked questions.