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21 May 2021
D4H Global Grants program open for funding proposals
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The Bloomberg Philanthropies Data for Health Initiative has launched a new funding cycle for its Global Grants Program. It offers the opportunity for country institutions to submit project ideas to improve public health data, including through the strengthening of civil registration and vital statistics systems. This round introduces equity as a new thematic priority area. Proposals related to the inclusion of marginalized populations or alleviation of inequities in data systems are therefore encouraged.
An initial project idea can be submitted until 31 May. You can find more details on the process here.

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