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Frequently asked questions
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With regard to unsuccessful grant applications, applicants not satisfied with the written explanation for rejection of their proposal may submit a
to the CEPF Executive Director at
With regard to implementation of safeguards, local communities and other interested stakeholders may raise a grievance at all times to the applicant/grantee, the CEPF Secretariat, or the World Bank.
For more information, please read
CEPF's Grievance Mechanism
for more information.
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CEPF is a joint initiative of
l'Agence Française de Développement
Global Environment Facility
, the Government of Japan, the
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