CEPF
Protecting Nature's Hotspots for people and prosperity

Grants

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Our grant recipients range from small farming cooperatives and community associations to international organizations. Every grant helps implement an investment strategy found in the ecosystem profile for each region where we invest.​

With our support, hundreds of civil society groups have achieved significant outcomes. For example, their efforts have influenced major governmental policies in dozens of countries and helped protect more than 10 million hectares of globally important land since the program’s creation in 2000.

Calls for proposals and other news about grant availability are announced on this site. Proposals are welcome if they meet our eligibility criteria.​

For questions about applying to CEPF, please read the "Calls for Proposals" section below, or send an email to cepfgrants@conservation.org.


Calls for Proposals



INDO-BURMA BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT

Call for Letters of Inquiry for large and small grants

 

Eligible countries: Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam

 

CEPF is soliciting letters of inquiry (LoI) from non-government organizations, community groups, private companies and other civil society organizations, for large and small grants in Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam.

 

OPENING DATE: Friday 7 April 2017

CLOSING DATE: Friday 19 May 2017

 

HOW TO APPLY


Applicants for large grants (over US$20,000) can apply in English only, using the LoI template. Completed LoIs should be sent as an email attachment to cepfgrants@conservation.org.

 

Applicants for small grants (up to US$20,000) can apply in English or local languages (Chinese, Khmer, Lao, Thai or Vietnamese), using the offline template available here. Completed LoIs should be sent as an email attachment to CEPF-Indoburma@iucn.org.

 

MORE INFORMATION


Call for Letters of Inquiry

- English (PDF - 83 KB)

- Vietnamese (PDF - 425 KB)

- Lao (PDF - 350 KB)

- Khmer (PDF - 172 KB)

- Chinese​ (PDF - 231 KB)

- Thai​ (PDF - 269 KB)


Ecosystem Profile

- English​ (PDF - 8.4 MB)


Ecosystem Profile Summary

- English (PDF - 3.3 MB)

- Khmer (PDF - 349 KB)

- Lao​ (PDF - 218 KB) 

- Chinese (PDF - 681 KB) 

- Thai (PDF - 381 KB)

- Vietnamese (PDF - 210 KB)



 

INDO-BURMA BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT​


Call for Letters of Inquiry for large and small grants​

 

Eligible country: Myanmar

 

CEPF is soliciting letters of inquiry (LoI) from non-government organizations, community groups, private companies and other civil society organizations, for large and small grants in Myanmar.

 

OPENING DATE: Friday 7 April 2017

CLOSING DATE: Friday 19 May 2017

 

HOW TO APPLY


Applicants for large grants (over US$20,000) can apply in English only, using the LoI template​. Completed LoIs should be sent as an email attachment to cepfgrants@conservation.org.

 

Applicants for small grants (up to US$20,000) can apply in English or Burmese, using the offline template available here. Completed LoIs should be sent as an email attachment to CEPF-Indoburma@iucn.org.

 

MORE INFORMATION


Call for Letters of Inquiry

- English (PDF - 92 KB)

- Burmese (PDF - 176 KB)


Ecosystem Profile

- English​​ (PDF - 8.4 MB)


Ecosystem Profile Summary

- English (PDF - 3.3 MB)

- Burmese​ (PDF - 283 KB)


​* See recent calls for proposals (closed)​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 

See Also
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Project database: Summaries of grants awarded to date, as well as reports and other resources related to individual grants

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