International Development Research Centre: Developing Innovative Veterinary Solutions for the Fight Against Antimicrobial Resistance

The Canadian institutes of Health Research, in partnership with the UK government’s Global AMR Innovation Fund, invites proposals for its call on developing innovative veterinary solutions for the fight against antimicrobial resistance.

This supports research that will develop innovative veterinary solutions focused on product development to reduce therapeutic, and prevent non-therapeutic, antimicrobial use by farmers in developing countries, while still protecting animal health and welfare.

Research will be expected to address and understand the local contexts and realities that drive antibiotic use patterns on farms in developing countries.

Funding & Duration

Up to 10 grants are available, each worth between CAD $1M and $3M (approx. AUD $1.03M and $3.09M) for up to 33 months.


At least one of the administering institutions should be based in a low or middle-income country and the research team must include at least one researcher from an institution based in a LMIC as principle investigator or co-applicant. Applicants from academia, private and public sector organisations with a strong research focus are eligible to apply.

Applicants from the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research Centres are not eligible to apply as a lead organisation, but are eligible as co-applicants or collaborating organisations.

Applicants from the UN system are not eligible to apply as lead or co-applicants, but may participate as collaborating organisations

Submission Requirements & Due Date

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