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New call for Large and Small grants in the Mediterranean Basin

On behalf of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, BirdLife announces a new Call for Letters of Inquiry for large and small grants for the Mediterranean Basin Biodiversity Hotspot

 

CEPF and BirdLife International, as Regional Implementation Team (RIT) for the hotspot, are inviting proposals in the form of Letters of Inquiry for large and small grants.

Submission Deadline:  Friday 14th September 2018

Large grant criteria:

  • Project budgets between USD $20,000 and USD $150,000
  • Projects addressing Strategic Directions 2 (Freshwater Biodiversity) and 3 (Cultural Landscapes)
  • Eligible countries:
    • Strategic Direction 2: Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro.
    • Strategic Direction 3: Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia.
  • Applications accepted in English and French
  • All applications must be submitted through the ConservationGrants website here
  • Please read this Call For Proposal document for full instructions

 

Small grant criteria:

  • Project budgets between USD $5,000 and USD $20,000
  • Projects addressing Strategic Directions 1 (Coastal Zones) and 4 (Plant Conservation)
  • Eligible countries:
    • Strategic Direction 1: Albania, Cabo Verde, Libya, Montenegro, Morocco and Tunisia.
    • Strategic Direction 4: Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Cabo Verde, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Morocco and Tunisia.
  • Applications accepted in Arabic, English, French, Portuguese or Serbo-Croatian.
  • Applicants must submit their Letter of Inquiry to: CEPF-MED-RIT@birdlife.org.
  • Please read this Call For Proposal document for full instructions

 

For any queries about the CEPF Mediterranean Basin Hotspot programme, please contact the RIT on: CEPF-MED-RIT@birdlife.org; or visit http://www.birdlife.org/cepf-med

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