Expert Group Meeting on the Impact of Climate Change on ASEAN Food SecurityNovember 28, 2016
Call For PapersNovember 28, 2016
To be eligible for support, the applicant must be a resident of the Philippines and enrolled in a reputable academic institution and the study should fall under any of the following research areas.
- Evidence-based Study on Rebuilding Yolanda-affected Areas and Communities
- Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) in Urban Areas and Critical Watersheds
- Advances in Climate Science (downscaling climate scenarios; sensors/instruments for climate prediction)
- Strategies on Flood and Water Management
- Climate Change Impacts on Terrestrial, Aquatic and Urban Ecosystems
- Enhanced Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessments
- Integrated Ecosystem-Based Management
- Climate-Responsive Sectors (forestry, agriculture, health, infrastructure etc.)
Guidelines and Procedure
- The applicant should sent a Letter of Intent (LOI) to OML Center highlighting the thesis significance and conformity with the Center’s priorities, and submit with the following:
- Approved research outline
- Endorsement of adviser
- Certified true copy of grades (for MS or PhD program)
- Thesis budget including all sources of funding and the items where the OML Center funding will be used.
- The OML Center will evaluate the application which may include an interview with the applicant.
- Applicants will be informed of the OML Center decision within 45 days of receipt of application.
- The selected grantee should signify acceptance of the terms and conditions of the scholarship grant by signing a Thesis Support Agreement.
- The support can be used by student for printing, report preparation and editing, field visit, purchase of related books and journals, seminar, workshops, etc.
- The OML Center will award the Thesis Grant to the student.
- In general, thesis grants will not exceed PhP 50,000