Hanoi - The first round of the Innovation Partner Grant Program, a key component of the Aus4Innovation program, kicked off today. Program grants will provide targeted financial assistance to help scale up tried-and-tested practices to address challenges, or capture new opportunities in any area of ​​the industry. Vietnam's innovation system.

Hanoi - The first round of the Innovation Partner Grant Program, a key component of the Aus4Innovation program, kicked off today. Program grants will provide targeted financial assistance to help scale up tried-and-tested practices to address challenges, or capture new opportunities in any area of ​​the industry. Vietnam's innovation system.

Grants of A$100,000 to A$1,000,000 will be awarded on a competitive basis to existing partnerships between Australian and Vietnamese institutions for activities that represent a roadmap. specific for scaling up, or demonstrating sustainability in Vietnam.

“The Innovation Collaborative Grants Program is a great opportunity to leverage existing partnerships between Australian and Vietnamese organizations, helping them scale their innovative ideas, deepen deepen partnerships and thereby strengthen Vietnam's innovation system.” Mr. Craig Chittick, Australian Ambassador to Vietnam said.

“The launch of this grant program is a step forward in strengthening the dynamic and substantive creative partnership between Australia and Vietnam, designed to forge new and lasting connections in science, technology and innovation between the two countries.”

Eligible candidates read the Guidelines and submit ideas here.

The grantee will have up to 12 months to implement the proposed activities.

The Innovation Partner Grants Program is a key part of the Aus4Innovation program, worth A$10 million and running over four years (2018-2022) to help Vietnam strengthen its innovation and preparedness system. enough for the economic and digital future. The program is co-funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and InnovationXchange (IXC), managed by the Australian Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) and in close cooperation with the Department of Science and Technology. Vietnam Technology (MoST). Learn more about the program here.

For more detailed information, please contact:

Ms. Nguyen Thi Hoang Ha; E-mail: Hoang-Ha.Nguyen@dfat.gov.au; Phone: 024 3774 0128

Opportunity to receive funding from the Creative Partner Grant Program

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