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CALL FOR LETTERS OF INQUIRY FOR LARGE GRANTS ** APPEL À LETTRES D'INTENTION POUR GRANDES SUBVENTIONS.

 

Eligible Countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Morocco, North Macedonia, Tunisia

Theme: Strategic Direction 2: Sustainable management of water catchments.
Closing Date: Friday, 9 August 2019
Budget: US$20,000 to US$150,000
Project Timeframe: Projects are expected to start on 1 February 2020, at the earliest, and must be completed by 30 May 2022.

Call for Proposals
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More information ** Plus d’information: https://www.cepf.net/grants/open-calls-for-proposals/2019-mediterranean-basin-large-grants

CALL FOR LETTERS OF INQUIRY FOR SMALL GRANTS ** APPEL À LETTRES D'INTENTION POUR PETITES SUBVENTIONS.

Eligible Countries: Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia

Theme: Strategic Direction 3: Promote the maintenance of traditional land-use practices for the conservation of Mediterranean biodiversity.
Closing Date: Thursday, 25 July 2019
Budget: US$5,000 to US$20,000
Project Timeframe: Projects are expected to start on 1 September 2019, at the earliest, and must be completed by 31 January 2020.

Call for Proposals
English
French

More information ** Plus d’information: www.cepf.net/grants/open-calls-for-proposals/2019-mediterranean-basin-small-grants

 

 

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The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) is a joint initiative of l’Agence Française de Développement (AFD), Conservation International (CI), the European Union, the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the Government of Japan, and the World Bank. Additional support in the Mediterranean Basin is provided by the MAVA Foundation. More information on CEPF can be found at www.cepf.net

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CEPF is more than just a funding provider

A dedicated Regional Implementation Team (RIT) (expert officers on the ground) guides funding to the most important areas and to even the smallest of organisations, helps build civil society in the region, and shares learned lessons and best practices. In the Mediterranean Basin Biodiversity Hotspot, the RIT is entrusted to BirdLife International, including its Middle East office and the BirdLife Partners DOPPS/BirdLife Slovenia and LPO/BirdLife France.