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CEPF Cerrado and IEB Select 5 Small Support Projects in 3rd Call for Letters of Intent 2018

The Regional Implementation Team (RIT) of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF Cerrado) makes the outcome of the proposal selection process official. Small Grants / Small Grants gives Tthird ChamLetter of Intent (CDI) 2018.

In response to the announcement, we received all 76 projectsamong Small and Big Supports. The proposals were initially screened where the eligibility criteria set out in the notice were reviewed. Then, each project was evaluated by two external experts who scored the proposals according to the criteria defined by CEPF in conjunction with the IEB. The best technically evaluated projects were submitted for review and final decision by a selection committee.

The projects were evaluated considering the specific outline of this second notice that sought to support actions focused on the following Investment Priorities: 2.1 - Support studies and analyzes needed to justify the creation and expansion of public protected areas, promoting the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and the enhancement of local and traditional culture.2.2 - Promote the inclusion of existing indigenous peoples, quilombolas and traditional populations, respecting and integrating their traditional knowledge, for conservation / restoration planning by government and civil society; and 6.2 - Develop and strengthen technical and management capacities. from civil society organizations on environment, conservation strategy and planning, policy dialogue, resource mobilization, in accordance with regulations and other topics relevant to investment priorities.

In the end, were approved Five Proposals for Small Support that best responded to the specific clipping of this notice. Below we provide, in alphabetical order by the name of the organization, the list of the 05 (five) small projects selected in this Third Call 2018:

No. Investment Priority Project name Organization INITIALS
1 2.1

Proposal of creation of conservation units in the city of Uberaba (MG) Association for the Environmental Management of the Triangulo Mineiro ANGÁ
2 6.2 Cerrado Island in Central Brazil: Xavante Governance for Conservation Xavante Association of Etenhiritipá AXE
3 2.2 Poke & #8217; exhaust uti: managing and protecting our territory for the autonomy of the Terena people Indian Work Center CTI
4 2.2 Integrating the traditional Cajueiro community in the conservation of protected areas in Januária, MG Institute for Social and Ecological Development IDESE
5 6.2 Caring for the Cerrado and promoting life Riacho dos Machados Rural Workers Union STR

The Small Projects who have been selected will receive individual announcements about the next steps. Proposals that have not been selected have already received individual announcements about the outcome of the selection process.

We inform interested parties that Big ones Projects They also went through these evaluation stages in Brazil and were referred to the CEPF team in Washington, which consists of the final stage of the selection process and final decision. Shortly, applicants submitting their projects in this category will receive an individual statement from the Washington (USA) team.

We welcome the small projects selected and wish everyone that this partnership that is just beginning is a great growth for all of us!

We thank all the organizations that submitted their projects in this Third Call, congratulating them for their invaluable work in the conservation of our dear Cerrado biome!


Brasilia, March 14, 2019



CEPF Cerrado Regional Implementation Team (RIT)

International Institute of Education of Brazil

SCLN 211 Block B Rooms 101 and 102, Asa Norte, Brasília-DF

Tel. 55 (61) 3248-7449 Zip code. 70863-532


The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund is a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, Global Environmental Management, the Government of Japan and the World Bank. A key goal is to ensure that civil society is involved in biodiversity conservation.



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