The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) It is a joint program of the French Agency for Development, International Conservation, European Union, Global Environment Fund (GEF), Government of Japan, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and World Bank to support the protection and conservation of unique and threatened ecosystems (priority hotspots), like the Cerrado, for example.
This month, CEPF Cerrado is touring some states in Brazil to publicize its second notice to support projects in the hot spot Thick. Presentations have already been held in the cities of Campo Grande (MS), Barreiras (BA) and São Luís (MA). In the coming weeks, visits are planned in the cities of Cuiabá (MT), Palmas (TO), Caxias (MA) and Imperatriz (MA). The presentations will detail how institutions can apply to secure resources for developing Cerrado-focused projects.
It is call It is open to community groups and associations, non-governmental organizations, private companies, universities, research institutes and other civil society organizations. Letters of intent should be formulated to Small Projects (up to US$ 50,000) and Large Projects (up to US$ 50,000 and maximum US$ 200,000). Interested parties can apply until November 08, 2017.
Launch events of the second CEPF Cerrado public notice in the states of Mato Grosso, Maranhão and Tocantins:
* Presence must be confirmed by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Cuiaba / MT||INPP Meeting Room||18/10/17||2 pm|
|Caxias / MA||Caxias Higher Studies Center, UEMA, meeting room||17/10/17||4 pm|
|Empress / MA||UFMA, Campus Center, Room 3||19/10/17||9 am|
|Palms / TO||Palmas Human Rights Center Auditorium & #8211; CDH||19/10/17||2 pm|