Outras Oportunidades de Financiamento


O Fundo de Parceria para Ecossistemas Críticos (CEPF), convida as organizações não governamentais, grupos comunitários, privados, empresas, universidades e outras organizações da sociedade civil, a submeterem propostas para grandes subvenções.
Esta é a primeira chamada de LOIs para grandes subvenções (projetos com orçamento entre US $ 20.000 e US $ 250.000) para a segunda fase de investimento no Hotspot de Biodiversidade da Bacia do Mediterrâneo.

O prazo para a receção das propostas é quarta feira, 14 de fevereiro de 2018.
Por favor, leia todas as informações em anexo para detalhes sobre o investimento do CEPF e como se candidatar e complete o processo de inscrição on-line (

Organizações não governamentais, grupos comunitários e associações, empresas privadas, universidades, centros de investigação e outras organizações da sociedade civil podem solicitar financiamento.
Os indivíduos devem trabalhar com organizações da sociedade civil para desenvolver candidaturas, em vez de se candidatarem diretamente.

As propostas de projetos devem ser construídas sobre a conservação da biodiversidade como uma componente fundamental e devem demonstrar impactos positivos sobre o estado de conservação da biodiversidade nas zonas de: Praias da Boavista, Costa da Fragata, Ilha de Santa Luzia, Ilhéu Raso.

Antes de submeter uma LOI, os candidatos são encorajados a discutir ideias do projeto e respetiva elegibilidade com o Oficial de Programa para sua região:

    • Cabo Verde: Oficial de Programa, Mariana Carvalho; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

As questões relativas ao processo de candidatura devem ser enviadas por email para This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Mais informações no documento: Fundo de Parceria para Ecossistemas Críticos (em português, francês, inglês).




Dear Mountain Partnership members and friends, We take this opportunity to share with you the Nairobi work programme (NWP)’s three calls for submissions in the area of adaptation and climate resilience, to inform the climate negotiations during the 23rd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 23) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in November 2017.

Submissions will be made available to the general public. The NWP invites UNFCCC Parties, NWP partner organizations and other relevant organizations to share their organization’s submission(s) on the following three topics:

• Human Settlements: Share your recent activities and research, good practices, lessons learned and tools to assess vulnerability to climate change, plan for adaptation and work through NAPs to enhance climate resilience in cities, towns and villages. (Learn more).
• Economic Diversification: Tell the NWP about your adaptation actions and plans that could enhance economic diversification and have mitigation co-benefits. (Learn more).
• Adaptation Resilience Indicators: Describe the indicators of adaptation and resilience you have developed or used at national level, local level and/or in specific sectors. (Learn more).

Submissions must be made by 20 September 2017. For further information on the submission process and to access templates for submission, click on the ‘Learn more’ links above. The NWP team is available to respond to any questions via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .






The Global Partnership for Sharks and Rays (GPSR) is a philanthropic collaboration focused on halting the overexploitation of the world’s sharks and rays, reversing declines, restoring populations, and preventing extinctions. GPSR is a sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc., a registered 501c3 public charity. The GPSR’s overarching grantmaking strategy recognizes that investments are needed in conservation science, policy, advocacy, communications, and capacity-building to reduce shark and ray mortality and ensure their recovery and sustainable management. The Small Grant Fund is intended to support these priorities by providing grants that do not exceed $25,000 and one year duration. Small Grant proposals to the GPSR are solicited twice a year through a request for proposals and a minimum of five projects will be funded from each request. There is no guarantee that the submission of a Small Grant Proposal will lead to funding.

Types of projects eligible for Small Grants include:

1) Emerging conservation opportunities that require a quick turnaround outside the normal GPSR grantmaking cycle;
2) Small scientific studies, reports, or evaluations necessary to advance shark and ray conservation;
3) Scoping larger shark and ray conservation and management projects;
4) Support for small NGOs with limited operational capacity to allow the NGOs to advance an emerging shark and ray conservation opportunity; and
5) Capacity building support for small NGOs, especially in developing countries.

Only individuals, or groups of individuals, associated with a non-profit organization or an academic institution are eligible to receive funding. Only one application from an entity will be considered.
To apply, complete a proposal that complies with the requirements below and email it as a PDF to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . For more information, please contact Lee Crockett, Director of the GPSR at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or +1917-624-1615.
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The Ramsar Convention Secretariat is pleased to launch the call for nominations for the seventh edition of the Ramsar Wetland Conservation Awards. The Awards will be presented at the 13th meeting of the Conference of the Contracting Parties in Dubai, United Arab Emirates in October 2018.
Three Awards will be granted, and each recipient will receive the Evian Special Prize of US$10,000 kindly offered by the DANONE Group.

The Award categories are:

• The Ramsar Convention Award for Wetland Wise Use, rewarding a contribution to the long-term sustainable use of wetlands;
• The Ramsar Convention Award for Wetland Innovation, rewarding an innovative technique that contributes to the wise use of wetlands; and
• The Ramsar Convention Award for Young Wetland Champions, rewarding a young person or a group of young people between the ages of 18 and 30 who have contributed to the wise use of wetlands.

The Ramsar Secretariat invites nominations of suitable individuals, organizations or initiatives, and invites readers to disseminate this call widely within their network so as to attract as many good nominations as possible.
Nomination forms and information on the criteria and procedures for the Awards are available on the Convention website at The deadline for the receipt of nominations is 30 September 2017.