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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.

Calls for Proposals

Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands Biodiversity Hotspot

Request for Proposals
Regional Implementation Team

OPENING DATE: 21 July 2014
CLOSING DATE: 29 August 2014

MORE INFORMATION:

Request for Proposals
- English (PDF - 235 KB)

Terms of Reference
- English​ (PDF - 104 KB)

Ecosystem Profile
- English (PDF - 7.1 MB)
- French (PDF - 7.5 MB)

Informational Presentation​​
- English (PPTX - 112 KB)

Wallacea Biodiversity Hotspot: Indonesia and Timor-Leste​

Request for Proposals from Pre-Qualified Organizations
Regional Implementation Team

OPENING DATE: 18 July 2014
CLOSING DATE: 29 August 2014

On 20 June 2014, CEPF requested that organizations interested in serving as the Regional Implementation Team (RIT) for the Wallacea Biodiversity Hotspot submit an expression of interest by 17 July 2014 in order to pre-qualify to submit a formal proposal per the request for proposals (RfP) attached here. Seventeen organizations submitted an expression of interest by the closing date and are named in the RfP. Organizations not named in the RfP are free to join those in a subordinate role. The organization selected to serve as the RIT, and any of its subordinate partners, will be in a management and advisory role, and due to conflict of interest, will not be eligible to receive any other CEPF funding in the hotspot.
 
MORE INFORMATION:

Request for Proposals
- English (PDF - 545 KB)

Ecosystem Profile
- English (PDF - 3.6 MB)

Presentation of 16 July 2014
- English​ (PDF - 364 KB)

Indo-Burma Biodiversity Hotspot

Call for Letters of Inquiry

OPENING DATE: 8 July 2014
CLOSING DATE: 18 August 2014

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

MORE INFORMATION:

Call for Letters of Inquiry
- English (PDF - 47 KB)
- Chinese (PDF - 116 KB)
- Khmer​ (PDF - 199 KB)
- Lao (PDF - 429 KB)
- Thai​ (PDF - 437 KB)
- Vietnamese (PDF - 189 KB)

Ecosystem pr​ofile, 2011 Update
English​ (PDF - 8.4 MB)

Ecosystem profile summary
English (PDF - 3.3 MB)
Burmese​ (PDF - 283 KB)
Khmer (PDF - 349 KB)
Lao (PDF - 218 KB)
Chinese (PDF - 681 KB)
Thai (PDF - 381 KB)
Vietnamese (PDF - 210 KB)​

East Melanesian Islands Biodiversity Hotspot

Call for Letters of Inquiry

OPENING DATE: 1 July 2014
CLOSING DATE: 26 August 2014

This is the third call for LoIs issued by IUCN and CEPF for the East Melanesian Islands Hotspot. This call for LoIs covers the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and the islands region of Papua New Guinea. The call is restricted to Investment Priorities 1.3, 2.1, 3.1, 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 from the overall strategy in the ecosystem profile, which establish a foundation of capacity, partnerships and knowledge on which future calls for proposals will build.

MORE INFORMATION:

Call for Letters of Inquiry
- English (PDF - 271 KB)
- French (PDF - 283 KB)

Ecosystem Pr​ofile
English​ (PDF - 3.9 MB)

Ecosystem profile summary
- English (PDF - 3.4 MB)
- French​ (PDF - 3.4 MB)

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

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