2019 Student Awards
Our 2019 Student Awards, part of our efforts to support and encourage the next generation, help you bring an international component to your studies and research, and gain practical experience in a developing country.
Applications close 29 March.
Brooke Kaveney attended the ‘Rice Research to Production course’ at the International Rice Research Institute in August 2018 with two other Australian university students, who were also supported by the Crawford Fund.
Crawford Fund Fellowship
The Crawford Fund Fellowship provides further training to agricultural scientists from developing countries whose work shows significant potential, and nominations are now invited for the 2019 Crawford Fund Fellowship. Applications close 19 April.
Transforming to healthy diets by 2050 will require drastic changes and the global food system faces major challenges related to rapid urbanisation, changing diets and climate change.
Later this year, two young agricultural researchers who are both former Crawford Fund scholars and now RAID Network members, will be setting off to Antarctica. They were selected to take part in an incredible 12-month program with a cohort of 95 women in STEMM from around the globe.
Samantha Nowland undertook a two-week study tour of Tonga and Fiji to visit women’s groups involved in the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) project “Developing pearl industry-based livelihoods in the Western Pacific.”
It seems most fitting that
the Crawford Fund has
launched its 2019 Food
Security Journalism Award
at a National Rural Press
Club event at the National