International Coral Reef Initiative & UN Environment — Grants for Management of Coral Reefs 2017


Organisation:  ICRI and UN Environmental

Apply By:  15 Sep . 2017


International Coral Reef Initiative & UN Environment — Grants for Management of Coral Reefs 2017
 

About the ICRI/UN Environment Grants Program

This grants programme is a joint initiative of the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) and UN Environment, to catalyze implementation of the ICRI Plan of Action 2016-2018 and the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) resolution 2/12 on sustainable coral reefs management. Grants under this programme are funded by UN Environment through contributions from France and the Principality of Monaco.

How much funding can be applied for?

Grants of up to 60,000 USD will be awarded to successful applicants.

What are the priority areas that projects should address?

Projects must focus on coral reefs and related ecosystems and align with one or more of the ICRI plan of action 2016-2018 objectives. Projects must be innovative and easily replicable. Projects should prioritize climate change resilience, adaptation and coral reef recovery

 What are the objectives of the Programme?

The ICRI/UN Environment Grants Programme is designed to encourage projects that demonstrate and catalyze enhanced protection and management of coral reefs and related ecosystems, in particular by promoting resilience of ecosystems, dependent people and economic sectors. Innovative and replicable projects will be favourably considered.

Eligibility

Who are the ICRI/UN Environment grants targeted at?

Grants under the ICRI/UN Environment Grants Programme are available to governments, NGOs and community groups, for projects implemented in developing countries, least developed countries and small island developing states. Check the eligibility criteria before applying to ensure you are eligible for funding. Community groups that are not legal entities can apply through another legal entity (such as a local government or non-government organisation) that can go through the application process on their behalf. In such cases the application must demonstrate that the project is driven by the community group. The applicant organization will be responsible for meeting the contractual obligations of the grant.

Who can apply for an ICRI/UN Environment grant?

Applicants must be a legal entity, for instance:

- a national or local government;

- a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), registered charity, research institution, foundation or similar organization demonstrating a not-for-profit status, registered and permitted to work in the intervention country.

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