CEPF EAM - Resources

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Documents

Ecosystem Profile:

-English (PDF 4MB)

Ecosystem Profile Summary Brochure:

-English (PDF 2.5MB)

-French (PDF 2.6MB)

-Arabic (PDF 1.1MB) 

CEPF Investment Strategy and Programmatic Focus:

-English (PDF 1.7MB)

-French (PDF 1.5MB)

 

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Publications

SASA bulletin (CEPF Eastern Afromontane e-bulletin):

- March 2013 e-bulletin

- August 2013 e-bulletin

- January 2014 e-bulletin

- May 2014 e-bulletin

Fundraising manual - second revised edition, supported by CEPF, the Conservation Leadership Programme, and La FIBA (French edition):

- English (7.9 MB)

- French (14 MB)

 

Project reports

All final completion reports for CEPF-funded projects in the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot can be found here

 

Capacity needs assessments

The CEPF Eastern Afromontane RIT issued the production of several Civil Society Capacity Needs Assessments for the hotspot:

Assessments for Eritrea and South Sudan will be posted later.

 

Maps

-Full map of Eastern Afromontane - Conservation Outcomes

-Google Earth maps of Eastern Afromontane - Corridors & Key Biodiversity Areas (ZIP 5.4MB)

-Corridor Maps

-Arabian Peninsula (CEPF priority)  

-Bale Mountains  

-Chimanimani-Nyanga Mountains (CEPF priority) 

-Greater Mahale Landscape (CEPF priority) 

-Greater Virunga-Murchison Landscape

-Itombwe-Nyungwe Landscape (CEPF priority)   

-Kaffa-Yayu Coffee Biosphere Reserve (CEPF priority) 

-Kilimanjaro-Meru-North Pare Mountains

-Lake Tana Catchment (CEPF priority)   

-Mount Kabobo-Margungu Highlands (CEPF priority) 

-Mount Kenya-Aberdare Mountains

-Northern Lake Nyassa Catchments (CEPF priority) 

-Udzungwa-Uluguru Mountains

-Usambara-South Pare Mountains

 

KBA Information (only for KBAs with CEPF-funded projects yet, related to the interactive map on our home page)

Ankober - Debre Sina Escarpment (including Wof Washa) (CEPF priority)

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Chimanimani Mountains (CEPF priority)

Chirinda Forest (CEPF priority)

Choke Mountains

Chyulu Hills

Greater Mahale (CEPF priority)

Guassa Plateau / grasslands (CEPF priority)

High Mountains of Ibb (CEPF priority)

Imatong Mountains (CEPF priority)

Itombwe Mountains (CEPF priority)

Kibira National Park (CEPF priority)

Lake Tana (CEPF priority)

Lake Tanganyika (CEPF priority)

Lake Malawi/Niassa/Nyasa (CEPF priority)

Livingstone Mountains Forests (CEPF priority)

Mount Guna (CEPF priority)

Mount Mabu (CEPF priority)

Mount Namuli (CEPF priority)

Mount Rungwe (CEPF priority)

(M)Poroto Ridge

Njombe Forests (CEPF priority)

Nyanga Mountains (CEPF priority)

Nyungwe National Park

Sheka Forest (Meta-Gore-Tepi) (CEPF priority)

Stapleford Forest (CEPF priority)

Volcans/Volcanoes National Park

Vumba Highlands (CEPF priority)

Wadela (Wadila, Delante) (CEPF priority)

Yayu Coffee Forest Biosphere Reserve

 

Project summaries

Summaries of all projects funded by CEPF in the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot can be found here

 

Tips and resources for grantees

- Lessons learned from other CEPF-funded projects, worldwide: here

- CEPF communications kit for grantees: here

- CEPF photo guidance for grantees: here

- CEPF procurement flowchart: here

- Report on CEPF's quarterly call with grantees (3rd quarter 2013), with a wide range of tips and guidance: here

- Thanks to our colleagues at the Caribbean RIT:

  • Some great tips on 'conflicts of interest': in English here and in French here and here
  • More hot tips - demystifying the 'CEPF procurement policy': in English here and in French here

- An excellent conservation project management guide from the Conservation Leadership programme: here

 

 

Other useful links and resources

-CEPF EAM website: www.cepf.net/where_we_work/regions/africa/eastern_afromontane

-CEPF documents and resources: www.cepf.net/resources/publications

 

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