The Global Evidence and Implementation Summit has partnered with UNICEF to offer a bursary to speakers from developing countries. Generously funded by UNICEF, the bursary encourages inclusivity, diversity and collaboration.
To be eligible for the UNICEF Developing Country Bursary, you must:
-- Be a national of a developing country, and live and work in that country
-- Submit an abstract (either oral or poster) to GEIS 2018 and have your abstract accepted
Employees of international organisations are not eligible.
The bursary covers airfares, hotel and conference fees. It does not cover ground transport, visa or meals other than those provided by the accommodation as part of the room rate or conference.
How to apply:
Eligible candidates will be identified from their conference registration and abstract information, and will be contacted directly from 20 June. An application form will be provided to the candidate. This form must be completed and returned by 5 July in order for the application to be considered.