The Department of Science and Technology (DOST), through its Grants-in-Aid (GIA) Program, is providing assistance to R&D initiatives that lead to local and appropriate technologies with socioeconomic benefits for the people. These efforts should be aligned with the priority areas in health; agriculture, aquatic and natural resources; industry, energy and emerging technology; and disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation which have been identified in the Harmonized National Research and Development Agenda . Priority is given to proposals that forge linkages among industry, the academe and government to ensure the success of research undertakings and development of demand-driven technologies. Private sector participation and counterpart funding are strongly encouraged to complement government efforts and resources.
The following documents should be submitted for the 2020 cycle application:
– Program/ Project proposal: capsule (Form 1A/1B) and full-blown (Form 2A/2B)
– Workplan (Form 2B-1)
– Budget breakdown (Form 2B-2)
– Line-item budget (Form 2B-3)
– One-page CV of program/project leader
– Endorsement of agency head
Forms may be downloaded here.
Proposals must be submitted to the Office of the Undersecretary for R&D or sent by email to [email protected] on or before 31 January 2019 using the prescribed DOST format.
For more information, visit the DOST website.