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The Stories of Our Grantees

CEPF works to empower civil society organizations to do what they do best: Manage the global biodiversity crisis one initiative at a time. Sharing their stories and lessons learned is vital to our collective success.

Group of children smiling and giving thumbs up.
Children in Ampodrahazo, Madagascar, one of the villages surrounding the bay at Ambodivahibe Marine Protected Area.
© Conservation International/photo by Rachel Neugarten

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Close-up of hanging bat with wrapped wings.
Livingstone’s fruit bat.
© Josh More/Flickr Creative Commons
Five of the World’s Most Threatened Species and How CEPF Grantees Are Working to Protect Them
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Mountain river, snowy banks.
Ala Archa National Park, Kyrgyzstan.
© O. Langrand
Biodiversity Is Part of Central Asia’s Climate Solution
Ecosystem-based adaptation is a cost-effective way to increase resilience
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Man looking at box on wall with writing and photo of François' langur.
Grievance complaint box in Vietnam by CEPF grantee People Resources and Conservation Foundation.
© Uong Sy Hung (PRCF)
The What, Why and How of Grievance Mechanisms
Establishing a way for community members to voice complaints is a crucial component of any conservation project
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