The Danida Fellowship Centre has established a Research Collaboration Marketplace – University of Copenhagen

06 May 2015

The Danida Fellowship Centre has established a Research Collaboration Marketplace


The Danida Fellowship Centre has established a Research Collaboration Marketplace. This is a matchmaking facility for South research applicants from Ghana, Tanzania, and Nepal for posting of project ideas in their search for Danish research partners.

This is also a facility for Danish researchers to express an interest in being contacted by a South research applicant for a possible research partnership (EOIs).

Kindly be aware that the contacts between applicants in the South and Danish researchers must made directly between the two parties, which means that the establishment of partnerships is the responsibility of the researchers and institutions, as DFC does not have the mandate to play an active role linking up researchers.

For South applicants searching for Danish research partners

Format to be filled-in can be found here. Filled in forms should be submitted to research@dfcentre.dk to be posted at this website.

Postings of project ideas
(Will be posted continuously according to country, theme and keywords).

  • Nepal, Theme 1: Economic Development and Poverty Reduction/Green Growth
    Link to NEP-1. Keywords: sustainable development, socio-economic development, gender equality and soicial inclusion, sustainagle agriculture, livelihoods, poverty reduction, food/nutrition security, environment and climate change, sustainable green economy.

For Danish researchers interested in being contacted for research partnerships

Format to be filled-in can be found here. Filled in forms should be submitted to research@dfcentre.dk to be posted at this website.

Postings of EOIs
(Will be posted continuously according to country, theme and keywords).

  • Nepal, Theme 2: Fragility, Stability and Rights
    Link to NEP-EOI-1. Keywords: disaster management, conflict and stability under exogenous shocks, reslience, social capital, socio-economic impact assessment, vulnerable groups (elderly and gender), reconstruction.

 

It is also possible to identify relevant Danish researchers by searching international scientific databases such as http://www.scholar.google.com, https://www.researchgate.net, or the Danish research database http://www.forskningsdatabasen.dk/. Inspiration can also be found by searching among ongoing and past projects at the Danida Research Portal http://drp.dfcentre.com/, and at the Danish Development Research Network website http://ddrn.dk/. An overview of the universities in Denmark is accessed at https://dkuni.dk/om-os/de-8-universiteter/, with links to each of the eight universities in Denmark, and searching may be done among their researchers, according to subject.