Protecting Nature's Hotspots for people and prosperity

Indochina Region

Top Stories

February 24, 2016
NGO safeguards wildlife in Lao PDR through research-focused projects
Through research-focused activities, French-registered NGO Project Anoulak seeks to ramp up conservation projects that protect the wildlife and preserve endangered species in the Nakai Nam Theun National Protected Area.
November 12, 2015
Tourism: a threat or an opportunity? A view from Myanmar's iconic Ayeyarwady River
The Harrison Institute partnered with CEPF and IUCN to assess the possible effects of a sudden increase in tourism on the biodiversity and rural, riverine culture of the Upper Ayeyarwady (Irrawady) River Corridor in Myanmar.
September 22, 2015
Using incentives to support communities and conservation
CEPF is working with its grantees to make conservation a better solution for hotspot communities by providing economic incentives.

Press Releases

May 22, 2014
New Funding to Tackle Biodiversity Crisis in Indo-Burma Hotspot
A new portfolio of grants to protect the highly threatened biodiversity of the Indo-Burma Region was announced by IUCN and the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) to mark International Biodiversity Day on May 22.
March 25, 2013
Biodiversity fund looks back on five years of success, commits $10 million more for future grants
Partners review a five-year grants program launched by CEPF to conserve the critical ecosystems of the Indo-Burma Hotspot.
July 2, 2012
BirdLife International and CEPF invite new Letters of Inquiry from civil society for biodiversity conservation in the Indo-Burma Hotspot
BirdLife International in Indochina, in its role as the Regional Implementation Team (RIT) for CEPF in the Indo-Burma Hotspot, invites proposals for small grants from non-government organisations, community groups and other civil society organisations.