Decision published

10 December 2018

Total amount granted: 77 280 976

Sustainability and resilience

The Swedish Research Council has decided on the applications to be awarded research project grants for sustainability and resilience – tackling consequences of climate and environmental changes, within development research 2018. Our total grant amount for 2019–2021 is more than 77 million SEK.

Decision published

Please note that only notice in Prisma guarantees that a grant has been approved.

Approval rates

Applicants

Number of applications

Number approved

Approval rate

Women

36

8

22 %

Men

47

7

15 %

Total

83

15

18 %

Grant amounts

Applicants

Total amount approved

Average grant per year

Women

40 250 448

1 677 102

Men

37 030 528

1 851 526

Total

77 280 976

1 717 355

Approved grants and amounts per administrating organisation

Administrating organisations

Number of

approved

applications

Total

amount

approved

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU

8

43 013 315

Stockholm University

3

16 753 212

University of Gothenburg

2

9 263 378

Lund University

1

5 586 232

Uppsala University

1

2 664 839

Total

15

77 280 976

 

Collaboration countries

The map illustrates which collaboration countries are included in the applications granted.

Karta SAR 2018
‌Approved grants per collaboration country

Country

Number of approved applications*

Kenya

4

Nepal

3

Bangladesh

2

India

2

Tanzania

2

Bolivia

1

Ethiopia

1

Philippines

1

Myanmar (Burma)

1

Zimbabwe

1

Benin

1

Uganda

1

Mozambique

1

*Applicants may choose more than one collaboration country. Some applications therefore contain a combination of two or more countries, for example Kenya and Zimbabwe.

Countries to which the research is relevant

The table shows which low-income countries the research in the approved applications is expected to be of relevance for.

Low-income countries

Country

Number of relevant research projects

Nepal

4

Bangladesh

3

Tanzania

3

Myanmar (Burma)

2

Uganda

2

Benin

1

Eritrea

1

Ethiopia

1

Cambodia

1

Mozambique

1

Rwanda

1

Unspecified

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