National Health & Medical Research Council/Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD): Prevention and Management of Mental Disorders

NHMRC is participating in a GACD Request for Applications (RFA) on the prevention and management of mental disorders in Low-to-Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) and Indigenous communities in high income countries.

As part of this call, NHMRC is encouraging applications that address the prevention and management of mental disorders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations.


NHMRC has allocated a total of AUD $4.75 million for this RFA. Duration of successful grants will be for five years or less. NHMRC will only fund the direct costs of the research proposal.


The Chief Investigator A (CIA) must be based in Australia. Where the work will be mainly carried out in low and middle income countries, it would be expected at least one Chief Investigator (other than CIA) on the application will be from the country where the work will take place.

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