The CDRI Fellowship Programme is designed to develop a global pool of practitioners who represent such capabilities.The aim of the CDRI Fellowship Programme is to promote research and innovation on disaster resilient infrastructure (DRI). It does this by supporting practitioners, academicians, and community leaders, who are working in related fields. The Fellows will have an opportunity to interact and exchange ideas with their peers from across the world.
The Fellowship provides financial aid to support a search for solutions to real-world problems related to DRI. Promising solutions emerging from the Programme will be shared widely and may be taken up for implementation in multiple contexts. Upon successful completion, the Fellows will join the global network of CDRI alumni and participate in alumni events.
It provides financial support and capacity-building opportunities for individuals designing solutions for real-world problems related to DRI.
The themes for the 2022–23 cohort are:
- Early Warning & Decision Support System (DSS) for Infrastructure
- Health Infrastructure Resilience
- Resilience Standards for Infrastructure
- Risk Finance for Infrastructure
- Nature-based Solutions (NBS) for Infrastructure Resilience
The key features of the CDRI Fellowship Programme are:
Grant: Up to US$15,000 or equivalent
- Eligibility Criteria: All nationals from CDRI Member countries
- Research Duration: One year
- Last date of application: 30 September 2021
Read more on the CDRI Fellowship Programme website
Should you have an further queries, do feel free to contact us at Fellowship@cdri.world