This is similar to the former IFS granting programme, although with some revisions to criteria for eligibility. Individual early career researchers in both the natural and social sciences may apply for a Basic Grant to undertake research that is innovative and/or relevant to local or national development needs and problems, and that aims to generate fundamental and/or applicable scientific knowledge. While IFS continues to emphasise the quality and development relevance of the increasing amount of research it funds, the 2021-2030 Strategy sets out the case for better focusing of its resources on supporting promising early career scientists (no longer defined by age), who are fundamental to increasing science capacity in LLMICs and essential to addressing both national and global chal

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