Blum Center Grants available
The UC Davis Blum Center for Developing Economies links world-class faculty; inspiring new curriculum; and innovative technologies, services and business models to create real-world solutions for developing economies.
We educate students, build partnerships, and rigorously evaluate our innovations in order to create scalable and sustainable contributions to help reduce global poverty.
Three grant programs are annually administered (TBD, 2014):
is an UNDERGRADUATE student travel grant for fieldwork completed during the summer. Highly motivated students with a passion for working to reduce poverty and inequality are selected. For previous awards see: ,
Poverty Alleviation through Sustainable Solutions (PASS) is a GRADUATE student small project grants program that supports research and project implementation in the field. Successful grants focus on innovative approaches to alleviating poverty. For previous awards see: , ,
Poverty Alleviation Research to Action (PARA) is a FACULTY/POSTDOC/RESEARCHER competitive small grants program providing seed funding for innovative solutions to reducing poverty around the globe. The PARA grant is intended to help transform solid concepts into pilot projects. One $10,000 grant will be awarded each year.