African Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) -- Energy and Agriculture in East Africa. The
AECF supports businesses working in agriculture, financial services,
renewable energy, and technologies for adapting to climate change.
AECF has multiple open calls for applications. REACT Round-1 offers
grants and repayable grants of up to US$1.5 million to for-profit
companies for business ideas in low-cost and clean energy and
for adapting to climate change in the East African Community -- Burundi,
Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda. (ii) TZAW Round-1 offer grants and
repayable grants of up to US$1 million to for-profit companies
for ideas in agribusiness and value chains which extend from rural
Tanzania to local and international markets. The closing date for
applications is 31 January 2011. Link
American Society of Primatologists -- Conservation Awards and Grants 2011. ASP's Conservation Award (US$750) provides recognition and financial support for students and young researchers from habitat countries who demonstrate potential for making significant and continuing contributions to primate conservation. ASP's Conservation Small Grants (up to US$1,500) are for conservation research or related projects, including conservation education. Nominations for the Conservation Award are requested before 31 January 2011. Applications for the Small Grants open on 01 January and close on 31 January 2011.
American Philosophical Society -- Lewis and Clark Fund for Exploration and Field Research 2011. The Fund supports doctoral students to collect specimens and data in disciplines relying heavily on field studies, e.g., including biology, ecology, geography, and others. Applicants from the USA may use the grants for research anywhere in the world. Other applicants must be based at an institution in the USA, or carry out their work in the USA. The grants are up to US$5 thousand. Closing date is 17 January 2011. Link
Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA) -- Call for Concept Notes. ASARECA invites concept notes for research and development relevant to livelihood advancement and sustainable economic development in Eastern and Central Africa. The project will contribute to three thematic areas of ASARECA's Knowledge Management and Upscaling strategy. Electronic submissions are due not later than 22 January 2011. Link
Association of Avian Veterinarians -- Research Grants. The AAV welcomes pre-proposals for research addressing clinical aspects of exotic and wild birds -- including diagnostic tests, drug doses, practice management, and conservation. Grants are limited to US$10 thousand per project. Completed pre-proposals are due by 15 January 2011.
Association of Field Ornithologists -- Research Awards. The E. Alexander Bergstrom Research Award is for field studies of birds in North America and Latin America. The Pamela and Alexander Skutch Research Award supports the study of life histories of little-known birds of the Continental Neotropics. Applications for both categories of grants can be submitted in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. Application deadline is 07 January each year.
Australian Government -- Australia/Africa Community Grants 2011. The Australian government invites applications for the Australia-Africa Community Grants Scheme (AACGS). Grants of A$30 thousand to A$70 thousand will fund community-based activities that promote sustainable development consistent with the Millennium Development Goals for Africa. Themes for grants include agriculture and food security; water and sanitation; conservation of natural resources; and others. NGOs in all African countries are eligible to apply. The AACGS is administered through Australia's diplomatic missions and AusAID at a decentralized level. The deadline for submissions is 31 January 2011. TVG Note: The information posted by Australia's embassy in Cairo (linked below) includes guidelines for where to submit applications. Grant seekers across Africa need to locate their relevant Australian diplomatic mission, AusAID office, or other contact point. Link
Australia Government -- Endeavour Awards 2011. The Endeavour Awards is Australia's scholarship program for citizens of the Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Europe, and the Americas for education, research, and professional development in Australia. Awards are also available for Australians to undertake study, research, and professional development internationally. The Endeavour Awards bring together the international awards of three Australian departments (including AusAID) under a single brand. The second call for 2011 applications opens 01 December 2010 and closes 31 January 2011. Link
Austrian Development Cooperation -- Higher Education and Research for Development. The Austrian Partnership Program in Higher Education and Research for Development ("Appear") announces its 2nd call for proposals. The program funds masters and PhD studies at Austrian universities, and it builds the capacity of academic partner institutions in developing countries. Program themes include water supply and sanitation, energy, and environment and natural resources (among others). Eligible countries are Bhutan, Cape Verde, Burkina Faso, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Kenya, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Palestinian Territories, Senegal, and Uganda. The deadline for submissions is 31 January 2011. Link
Beneficia Foundation -- International Biodiversity Hotspots 2011. The Beneficia Foundation invites pre-proposals for its program to support conservation in the world's biodiversity hotspots. The maximum grant request is US$10 thousand. Pre-proposals are due 14 January 2011. Link
Blue Earth Alliance -- Support for Photography Projects 2011. Blue Earth sponsors photography projects that educate the public about threatened cultures, endangered environments, and other social concerns. Blue Earth will consider proposals of any geographic scope that use the photographic medium (except motion picture projects). Blue Earth provides assistance with organization, fund raising, publishing, and publicity. However, it does not make direct grants to sponsored projects. Deadlines for proposals are 20 January 2011 and 20 July 2011. Link
British Ecological Society -- Early Career Project Grants 2011. The BES provides support of up to £20 thousand to help early career ecologists launch research projects. The BES will look favorably on applications from individuals based outside of the UK who do not have a rich resource base for their own scientific communities. Applicants must be members of BES. The first round of applications is due 31 January 2011. Link
Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) -- Canada-CGIAR Linkage Fund 2010-2011. Calls for proposals from Canadian universities, and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, in collaboration with the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). Proposals are developed jointly by the collaborating institutions and submitted to CIDA by the CGIAR centers. Proposals are due 24 January 2011. Link
Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) -- Canadian University Students for Research in Africa. Canada's
CIGI calls for applications for the Africa
Initiative Graduate Research Grant. The program supports field-based
Africa by graduate students enrolled in Canadian
universities. Grants of up to C$10 thousand will be awarded to as many
as 15 recipients per year. The broad thematic areas include energy and
food security -- with special attention to climate change as a
cross-cutting issue. The application deadline is 31 January 2011. Link
Congressional Hunger Center (USA) -- Mickey Leland Fellowships 2011-2013. The Mickey Leland International Fellowships are awarded to U.S. citizens and permanent residents for 2-year assignments to work towards eliminating hunger and poverty worldwide. Individuals apply for specific placements with institutions that participate in the program, including development NGOs and international organizations. Applications are due before 07 January 2011.
Conservation, Food, and Health Foundation -- Concept Applications. The CFH Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations for projects in conservation, sustainable agriculture, and health in developing countries. Most grants are US$15 thousand to US$30 thousand. Concept applications may be submitted at any time, but must be received by 01 January and 01 July in order to be reviewed for the Foundation’s meetings in May and November, respectively.
Cooper Ornithological Society -- Research Grants 2011. The Society makes several categories of grants, including the Mewaldt-King grants and Joseph Grinnell grants for research in ornithology and avian biology by university graduate students. Many past grants have supported research in tropical regions. Proposals need to be submitted by 01 January 2011 for Grinnell, and by 15 January 2011 for Mewaldt-King.
DHI Group -- Women's Water Fund 2011. The DHI Group (Denmark) offers training grants through the Women’s Water Fund to support women from developing countries in advancing their career opportunities in the development and management of water resources. Target groups are women in -- or on their way into -- middle management positions. The Fund supports short capacity building visits to Denmark, with intentions to contribute to longer-duration contacts and support to the selected candidates. Applications are due 21 January 2011. Link
Eurasia Partnership Foundation -- Ecological Awards Program in Georgia 2011. The Eurasia Partnership Foundation invites applications from Tbilisi-based and regional NGOs for environmental projects in Georgia. Proposals should focus on educating and mobilizing communities, and engaging in sustainable economic development, in support of environmental preservation. Grants will range from US$20 thousand to US$100 thousand. Guidelines are available in English and Georgian. Closing date is 20 January 2011. Link
European Commission (EC) -- ACP Research for Sustainable Development. The EC invites proposals to strengthen research in science and technologies in the Caribbean and Pacific countries which are members of the EU-ACP Group of States. Thematic areas are agriculture, renewable energy, water and sanitation, and climate change. Applications in English or French are submitted by partnerships of organizations, with Caribbean and/or Pacific organizations in the majority. Reference EuropeAid/130381/D/ACT/Multi. Closing date is 31 January 2011.
European Commission (EC) -- Civil Society and Forests in Congo. The EC invites proposals in the theme of forest law, environment, governance, and trade (FLEGT) in Congo-Brazzaville. Applicants should be nonprofit organizations legally recognized by the government of the Congo. Applicants must register with PADOR. The reference in EC is EuropeAid/130547/L/ACT/CG. Closing date is 24 January 2011. Link
European Commission (EC) -- Food Security in Asia. The EC announces grants to improve food security and nutrition of smallholder households in South and Southeast Asia. Component 1 funds activities to raise agricultural productivity and to strengthen market linkages. Component 2 is for South-South networking and training in order to help transfer successful experiences. Both calls are open to nonprofit organizations in the EU member states, eligible Asian countries (19 countries are identified in the guidelines), and international organizations. Component 1 is EuropeAid/130641/C/ACT/Multi. Component 2 is EuropeAid/130761/C/ACT/Multi. Concept notes in English are due 19 January 2011. Link1 Link2
European Commission (EC) -- Food Security in Nicaragua. The EC invites applications under its theme on Food Security for projects to assist Nicaragua in policies and programs for improved food production and distribution. This includes reference to issues of climate change, land-use strategy, and management of natural resources. The call is open to nonprofit organizations (including inter-governmental organizations) in the EU countries and Nicaragua. Reference is EuropeAid/130634/L/ACT/NI. Applicants need to register through PADOR. The closing date is 25 January 2011. Link
EC Research FP7 -- Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology 2011. Research call FP7-KBBE-2011-5 includes many opportunities for researchers in developing countries. Neglected zoonoses (KBBE.2011.1.3-01) is open to partner countries in Africa and other developing regions. System for European cattle evaluation (KBBE.2011.1.3-06) is open to Turkey and Balkan countries. Aquaculture (KBBE.2011.1.4-07) is open to the low-income food-deficit countries (list is linked from the call information). Productivity of perennial grasses (KBBE.2011.3.1-02), and biotechnology to convert bio-waste into bio-products (KBBE.3.4-01 and KBBE.2011.4-05), are also open to partners in developing countries (especially India in 4-05). Closing date is 25 January 2011.
EC Research FP7 -- Oceans 2011. Research
call FP7-OCEAN-2011 offers research opportunities for the EU's partner
countries to the south and east. OCEAN.2011-3 and 2011.4 are for
research to assess pressures and means of integrated management of the
Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea, including the generation of wind
energy. The EU member states invite its Mediterranean Partner Countries
and the Black Sea Synergy (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova,
Russia, and Ukraine) as collaborators. Closing date is 18 January 2011.
Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) -- UniBRAIN Agribusiness Innovation. With financial support from Denmark (Danida), FARA and African partner networks call for concept notes from groups of organizations to lead African agribusiness innovation. An "Agribusiness Innovation Incubator Consortia" (AIIC) can include universities, research institutions, private-sector firms, and the agribusiness initiatives. The lead institution in an AIIC can be based in Benin, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique Tanzania, Uganda, or Zambia. Other consortium members, including non-African members, can be located anywhere. UniBRAIN will fund up to 12 concept notes with grants of about US$50 thousand each. Each of the most competitive business plans will be funded at up to US$2 million to establish and operate an AIIC. The deadline for concept notes (English and French) is 14 January 2011. Link
Garden Club of America -- Grants for Students. The GCA offers grants, prizes, and fellowships for students enrolled at U.S. universities, including some awards that have a tropical focus. Most grants do not have nationality restrictions. The Awards in Tropical Botany are offered in partnership with WWF (application deadline is 15 January). The Chatham Fellowship in Medicinal Botany is in partnership with the Missouri Botanical Garden (deadline is 15 January). GCA also offers the Lou McCandless Marks Scholarship in Tropical Horticulture (deadline is 01 February).
Indigenous Women's Fund. Call for proposals from indigenous women's organizations working in the Fund's priority themes, which include environment and sustainable development, among others. In 2010, proposals were due 15 January (monitor changes 2011).
Inter-American Foundation -- Doctoral Research in Grassroots Development 2011/12. The
Inter-American Foundation invites applications for PhD research in
Latin America and the Caribbean on themes related to grassroots
development. The fellowships will be awarded to nationals of the USA
and of the LAC region (except Cuba) who are PhD candidates at
universities in the USA. Funding will be provided for international
travel, research support, and a living stipend. TVG Note: IAF's program areas include smallholder agriculture, environment, and management of natural resources (among others). Applications need to be submitted before 18 January 2011. Link
International Osprey Foundation -- Small Grants for Research. The International Osprey Foundation makes grants of US$1,000 to individuals engaged in research of ospreys, other raptors, or environmental research on wildlife and birds in general. Many past projects have been awarded for projects in the developing countries. Closing date for applications is 31 January each year.
Japan Fund for Global Environment -- Conservation Grants 2011.
Environmental conservation projects conducted by NGOs in Japan and
developing countries. The application period is 04 through 24 January 2011. TVG Note: If required, grant seekers should use internet language
translation to obtain the information from the Japanese version of the
Journal of Environmental Investing -- Graduate Research on Environmental Investing 2011. The Journal of Environmental Investing (JEI) has launched a new program to award US$3,500 for research on environmental investing. Applicants must be active graduate students in accredited colleges/universities in disciplines related to environmental investing (e.g., environmental science, environmental policy, environmental law, finance, engineering, environmental and sustainability management, ecology, economics, forestry). Preference is for applicants from the world's emerging markets. Initial applications include an abstract, CV, and proof of academic status. The application deadline is 28 January 2011. Link
Kinship Conservation Fellows -- Environmental Leadership Program 2011. Kinship invites applications for its 2011 program on market-based approaches to address issues in environment and conservation. Applicants should be mid-career practicing conservationists (5+ years of experience) anywhere in the world (no nationality restrictions). Kinship will award US$6 thousand per participant for the one-month residence course in the USA. Applicants should be capable in English. Applications are due 24 January 2011. Link
Monsanto Fund. Among other
themes, Monsanto funds projects in nutritional improvement through
agriculture. Application deadlines for grant requests are 01 January
and 01 July for applications originating outside the USA (possibly changing in 2011 -- monitor for details).
Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs -- Daey Ouwens Fund in Support of Renewable Energy. The Daey Ouwens Fund supports projects for renewable and job-creating forms of energy in developing countries. The Fund's third tender announces € 8.5 million for projects in renewable energy in Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda. Applicants may be enterprises, NGOs, knowledge institutions, or local authorities in any country. At least one relevant partner from the country where the project is to be carried out must be actively involved in each proposal. The minimum subsidy (grant) is €100 thousand. The closing date is 18 January 2011. Link
Nordic Climate Facility -- 2nd Call for Proposals. The NCF promotes the transfer of know-how and technology between the Nordic countries and selected developing countries to mitigate and adapt to climate change. The NCF invites proposals from public and private institutions in the Nordic countries for projects with local partners in Africa, Asia, and Latin America (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Bolivia, Honduras, and Nicaragua). Pre-qualification applications are due 14 January 2011.
Orskov Foundation -- Small Grants for Agriculture. Orskov makes grants of up to £2,500 to support agriculture in developing countries. One category of grants supports university students in agricultural studies related to poverty alleviation and environmental sustainabilty. The second category of grants is for community-based agriculture on a revolving-fund basis. Application deadline is 31 January of each year.
PADI Foundation -- Grants for Marine Conservation. The PADI Foundation invites applications for its worldwide grants in underwater science, environmental projects, and education. Most grants are US$5 thousand to US$10 thousand. Applicants include many for projects in tropical regions. Applications will be accepted from 11 December 2010 through 31 January 2011.
Platform for Africa-Europe Partnership in Agricultural Research for Development (PAEPARD) -- Support for Capacity Building. PAEPARD strengthens scientific and technical collaboration between Africa and Europe in agricultural research for development. It announces a call for proposals to support new and emerging African-European partnerships through workshops, capacity strengthening, and follow-up facilitation. Partnership applications should include research and non-research members, with specific guidance provided. Applications are due 28 January 2011. Link
Royal Geographical Society -- Application Deadlines January 2011. The RGS funds British students and researchers for international studies and projects, including many in ecology and environment in the developing world. The RGS-IBG fieldwork grants, and several categories of research grants, have deadlines on 21 January and 28 January 2011.
http://www.rgs.org/OurWork/Grants/Grant+deadlines+2010-11.htmSmithsonian Tropical Research Institute -- Research Grants 2011. The STRI offers grant support for university and postdoctoral research at its facilities in Panama in several disciplines of biology, ecology, soils sciences, anthropology, and others. Fellowships and internships are awarded to researchers from the USA and Latin America in several program areas. Deadline for the Earl S. Tupper post-doctoral grant is 15 January of every year. Other programs have deadlines in March, May, August, and November. Link
Santa Clara University (USA) -- Global Social Benefit Incubator 2011. With funding from the Skoll Foundation, the GSBI at Santa Clara University is an annual program to strengthen social enterprises, emphasizing enterprises in the developing world. Clean and affordable energy is among the themes of the GSBI in 2011. The program will choose 15-20 organizations to participate in four months of online preparation, and to attend a two-week residence program in California (valued at US$25 thousand). Applications are submitted in three stages, with the first deadline on 14 January 2011. Link
Swiss Network of International Studies -- Research Projects 2011. The SNIS invites research proposals from Swiss institutions of higher education and research to submit projects in international studies. Projects should be cross-border and pluri-disciplinary. Past funded projects include a few on forest governance, climate change, and similar themes in developing countries. SNIS encourages post-docs to submit and coordinate projects. The deadline for proposals is 05 January 2011.
Synergos Institute -- Arab World Social Innovators 2011. The AWSI 2011 invites applications from men and women in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and the United Arab Emirates. The program helps social innovators to transform successful models into larger-scale enterprises or non-governmental organizations. The selected individuals will be offered training, networking opportunities, and US$25 thousand over two years. TVG Note: Past participants in AWSI include innovators in waste recycling, agricultural technology, agricultural cooperatives, cultivation of medicinal plants, and youth-oriented environmental conservation.
Applications (in Arabic or English) are due 15 January 2011. Link
Threshold Foundation (Germany) -- International Bremen Peace Award 2011. The Bremen Peace Award is made to individuals and organizations for exemplary commitments to justice, peace, and the integrity of creation (environmental protection). Awards of €5 thousand are made in each of three categories. Proposals should be submitted by third parties or organizations; self-nominations will not be accepted. Proposals should be submitted (preferably in German or English) by 31 January 2011. Link
UNESCO -- Michael Batisse Award for Biosphere Reserve Management 2011. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) sponsors this award for outstanding achievements in biosphere reserve management. The winner receives US$6 thousand and travel to Paris to present the case study. Applications (English and French) are due 15 January 2011. Link
UNESCO -- Research Grants for Development. With funding from the Government of Japan (Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Program), UNESCO offers 20 fellowships for post-graduate research to deserving candidates from developing countries. The four thematic areas include Environment -- with particular attention to water sciences. Applicants must be under age 40 and hold a masters degree. Applications are particularly welcomed from women, the least-developed countries, and Palestinian researchers. The closing date for applications is 07 January 2011.
University of California at Berkeley -- Global Social Venture Competition 2011. UC-Berkeley sponsors the annual Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC) in collaboration with six regional partners and three outreach partners. The GSVC invites teams of students from around the world to submit plans for entrepreneurial social ventures. Past winners include plans for water supply, energy micro-credit, agricultural processing, ecological building materials, and other "green" themes. Prizes for winning ideas range from US$5 thousand to US$25 thousand. Applicants should consult GSVC's guidelines on where and when to submit applications. Key dates are 08 January 2011 (Asia Region initial judging); 15 January 2011 (Southeast Asia executive summaries); and 19 January 2011 (Berkeley-Columbia executive summaries). Link
U.S. Department of Agriculture -- Borlaug Agricultural Fellowships January 2011. The Norman E. Borlaug International Agricultural Science and Technology Fellowships promote collaborative research to improve agricultural productivity in the developing world. Most fellowships are from six to twelve weeks, depending on the research topic and available funding. Fellowships are announced for the following regions and countries: (AFRICA AND MIDDLE EAST) Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal; East Africa; Egypt; Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia; Nigeria; South Africa; Syria; (ASIA) Bangladesh; India; Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines; Vietnam; (EASTERN EUROPE) Azerbaijan; (LATIN AMERICA) Colombia; Guatemala; Honduras; Mexico; Mexico-cocoa; Panama; Peru. The application deadline is 31 January 2011 (except Mexico-cocoa, which is 05 January 2011). Link
U.S. Department of Agriculture -- Grants for International Science and Education 2011. The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture offers competitive grants to strengthen colleges and universities in the USA to conduct international collaborative research, extension, and teaching in agriculture and related sciences. Grants are limited to US$150 thousand. Deadline for proposals is 19 January 2011. Link
U.S. National Science Foundation, Office of International Science and Engineering -- Plant Genome Research 2011. The Plant Genome Research Program makes grants to accelerate basic discovery and innovation in economically important plants. The program has a component for Developing Country Collaboration. Cross-disciplinary proposals are encouraged, as are applications by early career researchers. Proposals are due 28 January 2011. Link
Volvo Adventure Competition -- Youth Projects in Environment 2011. Volvo Adventure is an educational program that makes grants for community environmental projects by youth worldwide, aged 13 to 16. Applications are submitted by teams of two to five members. Volvo will invite the finalists to Sweden to compete for cash prizes of US$10 thousand, US$6 thousand, and US$4 thousand. Guidelines for the competition are available in ten languages. Closing date is 31 January 2011. Link
Weeden Foundation -- International Biodiversity Program. Weeden makes grants in the USA and internationally for biodiversity conservation, among several program areas. The Foundation's international biodiversity interest is the designation and management of protected areas, including national parks and private reserves. Priority geographical areas are Patagonia in Chile and Central Siberia in Russia. Average grant size is about US$20 thousand. Weeden has an application deadline 05 January 2011. Link
Wildlife Conservation Network -- Partnership Applications 2011. The WCN supports wildlife projects worldwide, with emphasis on Latin America, Africa, and Asia. WCN invites letters of inquiry from registered nonprofit organizations engaged in wildlife conservation or animal welfare to apply for partnership. Letters of inquiry are accepted through 15 January 2011.
Wildlife Conservation Society -- Research Fellowships 2011. The WCS invites applications under its revised Research Fellowship Program for one-year grants of up to US$20 thousand. Grant recipients support WCS to implement its priorities for wildlife conservation in developing countries. The application deadline is 05 January 2011.
World Bank Development Marketplace -- India 2011. The World Bank's Development Marketplace (DM) makes grants to help social enterprises become financially sustainable. DM India aims to support sustainable business models that improve the lives of poor communities in the Indian states of Bihar, Rajasthan, and Orissa. Water, sanitation, energy, and agriculture are among the themes that can be supported. DM India will make 13 awards of US$50 thousand each. Applications are due 23 January 2011. Link
World Conservation Union (IUCN) -- Central African Regional Program for the Environment. IUCN-CARPE makes small grants to civil society for sustainable forest conservation in Central Africa. Application deadlines are 31 January and 30 June.
World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) -- Prince Bernhard Study Grants 2011. WWF announces the 2011 Prince Bernhard Scholarships to fund mid-career training of individuals working in conservation or disciplines directly relevant to conservation. Eligibility extends to nationals from Africa (including Madagascar); Asia and Pacific; Latin America and Caribbean; Eastern Europe; and the Middle East. WWF gives preference to applicants seeking support for studies in their own country or region. Maximum grant amount is CHF 10 thousand. Applications (English, French, Spanish) are due before 11 January 2011.
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