The 2019 Biorisk Management Enhancement Grant (BMEG) competition is now open and is managed by CRDF Global
projects should focus on improving biosecurity and biosafety through
physical security enhancement, development or revision of procedural
security SOPs and
materials, provision of supplies that improve biological security,
improvement of laboratory design, or the repair and maintenance of
applicants include biological scientists, government ministries, and
private laboratories handing dangerous pathogens, law enforcement and
who have CBRN related responsibilities or handle CBRN materials, and
One Health researchers and scientists.
Eligible countries this year include Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, and Turkey.
The award total is $15,000 per project.
of the program details are in the attached and here is the link to the
CRDF website announcement that you can share with interested applicants. http://www.crdfglobal.org/funding-opportunities/biorisk-management-engagement-grant-bmeg-competition.
The call for applications will close on 29 April 2019.
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Program Announcement 2019 V1.pdf