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CEPF, IEB, Instituto Humanize and Instituto Nova Era promote in September a call for support for a large project for the Cerrado

4th Call for Letters of Intent (CDI)

Hot spot Cerrado



The Partnership Fund for Critical Ecosystems, Instituto Internacional de Educação do Brail, Instituto Humanize and Instituto Nova Era are pleased to invite proponents to the 4th Call for Letters of Intent (CDI) focused on receiving innovative and relevant research projects strengthening of civil society organizations working on conservation of the hot spot Thick. Only selected a proposal under that call.

In this call, we want to improve the technical and management conditions of civil society organizations in the Cerrado, strengthening them for the proposition, execution and management of projects focusing on the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in the hot spot. This improvement will take place via training, including on the gender issue linked to the conservation of natural resources.

Eligible country: Brazil
Opening date: Monday  fair, september 7, 2020
Closing date: Friday  Tuesday, October 23, 2020
Grant amount: US $ 50,000 to US $ 250,000

see the biodiversity hotspot map of Cerrado.

Read the detailed instructions, criteria and restrictions of this Call for Letters of Intent, available below. Send your proposal through electronic portal of ConservationGrants up until October 23, 2020 at 11:59 pm (Washington, DC time). If you do not have a ConservationGrants account, you will need to create a new one. If you encounter any technical difficulties with the system, send an email to  conservationgrants@conservation.org


Call for Letters of Intent
– Portuguese (PDF 278 KB) and the following links: website CEPF Cerrado and website CEPF

Ecosystem Profile
Portuguese and English

Summary of the Ecosystem Profile
Portuguese and English


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The Partnership Fund for Critical Ecosystems seeks to protect the most biologically rich and threatened regions on the planet, known as priority hotspots of biodiversity. A fundamental objective is to guarantee the engagement of civil society in the conservation of biodiversity. CEPF is a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, European Union, Global Environment Facility, Government of Japan and World Bank.

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