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  • SKEPPIES - Small Grants Facility For Conservation And Development In The Succulent Karoo | DLIST Benguela
    types of applications can be considered for funding What is the size of the grants How can I apply Contact Details What is SKEPPIES The SKEPPIES Small Grants Facility for Conservation and Development in the Succulent Karoo shortly known as SKEPPIES sponsor projects that have both a conservation and development aspect in the Succulent Karoo SKEPPIES is a partnership arrangement between the Development Bank of Southern Africa DBSA the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund CEPF Conservation International in Southern Africa Hotspots Program SAHP and the SKEP Coordination Unit Who can apply Government organizations Non governmental organisations NGO Community Based Organisations CBO Training education and research institutions Individuals with a good cause The private sector including small and medium enterprises Networks such as environmental education networks Traditional authorities Faith based organisations What types of applications can be considered for funding All criteria are given in the application form the three major criteria are described below Projects must have a conservation element E g number of hectares conserved better managed sustainably used and red listed species that benefit The types of projects where the conservation element is very strong are biodiversity based businesses environmental best practices in agriculture and mining establishment of a protected area restoring degraded land and tourism activities Projects must also have a development element E g number of new businesses started people involved in capacity building jobs created and women empowered Projects must form part of other projects in the area and have their support It is even better if projects are co funded between SKEPPIES and other partners What is the size of the grants Applications up to R70 000 00 are considered However should you need more money you may make a second application because a maximum of R 140 000 may be allocated to a project

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/skeppies-small-grants-facility-conservation-and-development-the-succulent-karoo (2016-02-18)
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  • CEPF - Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund | DLIST Benguela
    grants available for the Cape Floristic Region and the Succulent Karoo hotspots What types of applications can be considered for funding Each project must be linked to one of the strategic directions in the ecosystem profile In the Cape Floristic Region there are four strategic directions guiding CEPF s approach support civil society involvement in the establishment of protected areas and management plans in Cape Floristic Region biodiversity corridors promote innovative private sector and community involvement in conservation in landscapes surrounding Cape Floristic Region biodiversity corridors support civil society efforts to create an institutional environment that enables effective conservation action establish a small grants fund to build capacity among institutions and individuals working on conservation in the Cape Floristic Region See the CEPF investment strategy for the Cape Floristic Region here In the Succulent Karoo there are six strategic directions guiding CEPF s approach expand protected area corridors through public private communal partnerships in the priority areas of Bushmanland Inselbergs Central Namaqualand Coast Namaqualand Uplands Knersvlakte Hantam Roggeveld Central Little Karoo and Sperrgebiet engage key industrial sectors in meeting conservation objectives identified by SKEP retain and restore critical biodiversity in areas under greatest land use pressure mainstream conservation priorities into land use planning and policymaking increase awareness of the Succulent Karoo Hotspot create the capacity to catalyze the SKEP program See the CEPF investment strategy for the Succulent Karoo here What types of activities cannot be considered for funding Grants may not be used to directly fund government activities purchase land involuntarily resettle people capitalize a trust fund or alter physical cultural property What is the size of the grants There is no specific limit to the level of funding an applicant can request What is the maximum length of projects CEPF project funding may be provided for a maximum

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/cepf-critical-ecosystem-partnership-fund (2016-02-18)
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  • Greater Cederberg Biodiversity Corridor Small Grants Fund | DLIST Benguela
    Namibia Walvis Bay Environmental Fund Indigenous Knowledge Introduction Marine Litter Introduction Property development along the South African West Coast Greater Cederberg Biodiversity Corridor Small Grants Fund What is the GCBC Small Grants Fund Who can apply What types of applications can be considered for funding What is the size of the grants What is the maximum length of projects How can I apply Contact Details What is the GCBC Small Grants Fund The GCBC Small Grants Fund is a joint partnership between C A P E Cape Action for People and the Environment SKEP Succulent Karoo Ecosystem Programme CEPF Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund CapeNature the provincial conservation authority and the GCBC Management Unit The ultimate aim of this fund is to ensure civil society s engagement in biodiversity conservation Who can apply Civil society partners in the Cape Floristic Region and Succulent Karoo hotspots non governmental organisations community groups industries other community partners Preference is given to organisations but associations or community groupings will be considered What types of applications can be considered for funding Projects that help to implement the GCBC s objective of promoting innovative private sector and community involvement in biodiversity conservation whilst ensuring action towards a common vision will be considered Projects should promote the well being of people and nature in the GCBC on a sustainable basis To be considered for funding activities must be within the domain of the GCBC see website and must assist with the vision of establishing a lived in work in biodiversity corridor Please visit the website for some of the projects that have been approved go to GCBC Strategies What is the size of the grants This fund awards grants of up to R60 000 with preference to smaller projects or projects that can source co funding What is

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/greater-cederberg-biodiversity-corridor-small-grants-fund (2016-02-18)
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  • Table Mountain Fund | DLIST Benguela
    Who can apply Organisations not individuals What types of applications can be considered for funding Projects must address high priority conservation needs be exemplary and catalytic and be aligned with the Deed of Trust and Strategy of TMF The funding priorities are as follows be aligned with the C A P E strategy and support the initiatives of the C A P E partners not duplicate existing initiatives The type of activities that can be considered for funding include protection of prioritised habitats terrestrial freshwater and marine conservation within the working lowlands urban areas building environmental awareness as part of project partnerships control of alien invasives and the restoration of natural biodiversity applied or action research for biodiversity advantage enhancement of the global conservation status of the Cape Floristic Region capacity building These funding priorities are arranged into 5 programmes as follows Stewardship off reserve conservation focused predominantly on the highly threatened lowlands Capacity Building Small Grants for Civil Society supporting civil society action in conservation Cape Peninsula and City Biodiversity Network Supporting delivery of the C A P E landscape initiatives or mega reserves What types of activities cannot be considered for funding The following activities are not supported unless motivated otherwise Production of videos and films and publication of books excepting resource materials Attendance at and travel to conferences symposia etc and the cost associated with staging these events Bursaries and scholarships Research not aimed at solving management problems and not linked to priority conservation needs or the objectives of The Table Mountain Fund Core institutional support and the purchase of capital equipment and assets Development of private conservation enterprises and or private nature reserves with the major aim of generating a profit Salaries except as an integral part of a project Developmental projects without a core environmental

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/table-mountain-fund (2016-02-18)
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  • Go Green Fund | DLIST Benguela
    Green Fund National Forest Facility Programme Succulent Karoo Ecosystem Programme SKEP Namibia Walvis Bay Environmental Fund Indigenous Knowledge Introduction Marine Litter Introduction Property development along the South African West Coast Go Green Fund What is Go Green Fund Who can apply What types of applications can be considered for funding What is the size of the grants How can I apply Contact Details What is Go Green Fund Go Green is a non profit fund that was launched to support projects in line of protection sustainable use and management of natural resources in Namibia Who can apply Everyone interested in developing a project that is contributing towards the protection sustainable use and management of natural resources in Namibia What types of applications can be considered for funding The Go Green fund considers concise proposals written according to the prescribed format submitted for the projects that Aim to support the conservation and management of sensitive habitats and indigenous flora and fauna Aim to improve the understanding of indigenous species and natural ecosystems Will promote efficient and appropriate use of natural resources to support sustainable use of resources Will promote and distribute accurate information on environmental issues across Namibia What is the size of the grants A maximum of N 120 000 00 is granted per project How can I apply If you feel that your need for funding has met the objectives of the fund please submit your proposal to the Namibian Nature Foundation NNF a non governmental organisation that hosts the Go Green Fund Proposals are evaluated three times per year end of March July and November Your proposal must be submitted the first week of the month preceding the evaluation month for example first week of February for the March evaluation Should you have any problem putting your proposal

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/go-green-fund (2016-02-18)
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  • National Forest Facility Programme | DLIST Benguela
    Ecosystem Programme SKEP Namibia Walvis Bay Environmental Fund Indigenous Knowledge Introduction Marine Litter Introduction Property development along the South African West Coast National Forest Facility Programme What is the National Forest Facility Programme Who can apply What types of applications can be considered for funding What is the size of the grants How can I apply Contact Details What is the National Forest Facility Programme The National Forest Facility Programme is a funding mechanism and information unit that aims to promote sustainable forest management and utilization for civil society It aims to contribute some support to the processes that will lead to the launch co ordination and monitoring of the implementation of the the forestry strategic plan Who can apply All those people interested in the development of national forest programmes are encouraged to apply What types of applications can be considered for funding Applications for grants to projects that aims at the following are funded contribution to the strengthening of the capacity and stakeholder involvement in the national forest programme influencing participation in the national forest programme process by stakeholders providing access to information knowledge in relation to the national forest programme linking other sectors e g agriculture energy

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/national-forest-facility-programme (2016-02-18)
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  • Succulent Karoo Ecosystem Programme (SKEP) Namibia | DLIST Benguela
    Environmental Fund Indigenous Knowledge Introduction Marine Litter Introduction Property development along the South African West Coast Succulent Karoo Ecosystem Programme SKEP Namibia What is SKEP Who can apply What types of applications can be considered for funding What is the size of the grants How can I apply Contact Details What is SKEP The Succulent Karoo Ecosystem Programme SKEP is project that was specifically established in Namibia to ensure that biodiversity in the Succulent Karoo Ecosystem is effectively conserved and managed by the state and civil society through an integrated programme of conservation action and co management of conservation areas for sustainable development of the region and for improvement of people s livelihoods SKEP is housed under the Namibia Nature Foundation NNF and is ecouranging different biodiversity projects to participate in the projects that support the establishment of the Sperrgebiet SKEP awards small grants to the civil society actively engaged in conservation activities that contribute to the conservation of biodiversity within the proposed Sperrgebiet National Park its target priority area in Namibia Who can apply The civil society actively engaged in conservation activities within the Sperrgebiet What types of applications can be considered for funding Applications towards initiatives and activities

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/succulent-karoo-ecosystem-programme-skep-namibia (2016-02-18)
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  • Walvis Bay Environmental Fund | DLIST Benguela
    Namibia Walvis Bay Environmental Fund Indigenous Knowledge Introduction Marine Litter Introduction Property development along the South African West Coast Walvis Bay Environmental Fund What is the Walvis Bay Environmental Fund Who can apply What types of applications can be considered for funding What is the size of the grants How can I apply Contact Details What is the Walvis Bay Environmental Fund The Walvis Bay Environment Fund is a grant programme that was established by the Municipality of Walvis Bay to finance activities and initiatives that facilitate the proper management of the environment and natural resources Who can apply This Fund targets the Walvis Bay community at large and activities within the territorial jurisdiction of the Municipality of Walvis Bay Based on the Local Agenda 21 Principles this fund is open to everyone therefore institutions and the general public are encouraged to apply to this fund What types of applications can be considered for funding Those people who are interested to apply to this fund should submit project proposals that should support and be consistent with Municipal management policies plans and tools Project that can be funded should particularly be supportive to the municipality s Integrated Environmental Policy should be successfully implementable and have the capacity for adaptation and replication should include local participation and benefit local groups should integrate environment social and economic considerations as well as promote national regional and local development programme and finally should promote sustainability and work towards local environmental enhancement What is the size of the grants There is no prescribed amount that can be granted by the Walvisbay Environmental Fund This means whatever amount is required should be within the Fund s budget How can I apply The Walvis Bay Municipality holds annual meetings with the local people different institution and organisation to

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/walvis-bay-environmental-fund (2016-02-18)
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