Applications invited for The Darwin Initiative
Organization: Government of UK
Apply By: 16 Jul 2019
Grant Amount: 100000 Pound
About the organization
gov.uk (styled on the site as GOV.UK) is a United Kingdom public sector information website, created by the Government Digital Service to provide a single point of access to HM Government services. The site launched as a beta on 31 January 2012, following on from the Alphagov project. It officially replaced Directgov and the online services of Business Link on 17 October 2012. The website was planned to replace the individual websites of hundreds of government departments and public bodies by 2014. By 1 May 2013, all 24 ministerial departments and 28 other organisations had their URLs redirecting to gov.uk.
The Darwin Initiative is a UK government grants scheme that helps to protect biodiversity and the natural environment in developing countries and, through the Darwin Plus fund, UK Overseas Territories (OTs). Darwin-funded projects usually aim to help preserve biodiversity and the local community that lives alongside it. Most projects will include one or more of:
- building environmental knowledge
- capacity building
- implementing international biodiversity agreements
- Please refer to the guidance for the list of countries eligible for the scheme. Organisations making the application must:
- Have experience of managing similar projects in developing countries
- Be able to demonstrate financial stability and provide audited accounts
- The proposed project leader must have suitable qualifications or a minimum of around 10 years’ experience working on similar projects in developing countries.
How to Apply
You will need to apply online for Round 26 Darwin Initiative main projects through the Flexigrant application portal.
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