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Call for proposals: Cultural Landscapes in Lebanon

* French available below *

Suitable countries: Lebanon
Strategic direction: SD3, “Cultural Landscapes”
Opening date: Wednesday November 18, 2020
Deadline: Wednesday December 23, 2020
Grant size: $ 20,000 to $ 150,000

Read the detailed instructions, criteria and limitations in the call for requests listed below. Submit your proposal via the ConservationGrants electronic portal by the deadline. If you don’t have a ConservationGrants account, you’ll need to create a new one. If you encounter technical issues with ConservationGrants, please send an email to [email protected]

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Request inquiries
– English (PDF – 910 KB)
– French (PDF – 973 KB)

Ecosystem profile
– English (PDF – 16 MB)

Technical summary of the ecosystem profile
– English (PDF – 2.2 MB)
– French (PDF – 2.9 MB)

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

– Before you apply
– 12 tips for financing your grant idea
– ConservationGrants Frequently Asked Questions

CALL FOR INTENTIONAL LETTERS FOR GREAT WARRANTIES

Pays beneficiaries: Lebanon

Strategic direction: DS3, “Cultural Landscapes”
Opening date: Wednesday November 18, 2020
Deadline : Wednesday December 23, 2020
Grant budget: from $ 20,000 to $ 150,000

Please read the detailed instructions, criteria and restrictions in the Call for Letter of Intent document below. Please submit your proposals via the ConservationGrants electronic portal before the deadline. If you don’t have a ConservationGrant account, you’ll need to create a new one. If you have technical issues with the ConservationGrants portal, please contact us at [email protected]

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Text of the letter of intent
– French (PDF – 910 KB)
– English (PDF – 973 KB)

Ecosystem profile
– English (PDF – 16 MB)

Technical summary of the ecosystem profile
– French (PDF – 2.9 MB)
– English (PDF – 2.2 MB)

USEFUL RESOURCES

– Before applying
– 12 tips for financing your scholarship idea
– Frequently asked questions about ConservationGrants

The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) is a joint initiative of l’Agence Française de Développement, Conservation International, the European Union, the Global Environment Facility, the Japanese government and the World Bank. Additional small grants for the Balkans sub-region were made available by the MAVA Foundation. A fundamental goal is to ensure that civil society is committed to conserving biodiversity.

CEPF is more than just a financing provider

A dedicated Regional Implementation Team (RIT) (local experts) directs funding to key areas and even the smallest organizations. Building civil society capacities, improving conservation outcomes, strengthening networks and sharing best practices. In the biodiversity hotspot of the Mediterranean basin, the RIT is entrusted to BirdLife International and its partners: LPO (BirdLife France), DOPPS (BirdLife Slovenia) and BPSSS (BirdLife Serbia).

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