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New funding opportunities

Posted by Deesha Chandra (Admin) Jan 28, 2020 Posted in Finance

Sharing a great summary by Katie Sims from Birdlife International of funding opportunities that may be of interest to landscape teams. 

1)      WWF/Impactio Platform – Innovate for Wildlife and People: Incentivising and rewarding community-based wildlife conservation

  • 20,000 – 50,000 USD
  • Early expression of interest: 28 January - 10 February 2020
  •  The challenge is posed to you by the WWF Global Wildlife Practice, and we are excited to invite WWF partners and other interested organizations to submit applications.
  • The Challenge will be hosted on the Impactio platform, a WWF Panda Labs initiative.
  • The Challenge: ‘How can benefits for local people be increased, strengthened, diversified, and have longer term economic viability to incentivise and reward wildlife conservation?

 https://impactio.global/innovate-for-wildlife-and-people-challenge  / info@impactio.global

 

2)      German government small grants – International Climate Initiative “IKI”

  • ·         Up to 100,000 EUR
  • ·         Deadline 5th March 2020
  • ·         As a primary goal project proposals have to clearly address one of the IKI funding areas:
  1.    Mitigating greenhouse gas emissions
  2.  Adapting to the impacts of climate change
  3.  Conserving natural carbon sinks / forestry
  4.  Conserving biological diversity

https://www.international-climate-initiative....i-small-grants/

 

3) Global Forests Watch – Small Grants and Tech Fellowships

The Small Grants Fund and Fellowship Calls for Applications open once a year. Though the specific focus of the Calls varies from year to year, successful applicants must clearly articulate how GFW will support and enhance their ongoing work related to:

  • Advocacy
  • Community engagement
  • Forest monitoring and enforcement
  • Journalism
  • Education

https://www.globalforestwatch.org/grants-and-fellowships/apply

This post was edited on Jan 28, 2020 by Deesha Chandra

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Deesha Chandra says... Jan 28, 2020

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