Focus of This Profile: Grants for marine conservation, and for sustainable agriculture and livestock production
Principal Office: Netherlands
The Turing Foundation was established in 2006 through a donation of €100 million by Pieter Geelen, among the founders of a Dutch company that produces navigation systems. The foundation's name honors the British scientist Alan Turing for his contributions to modern computer science.
The Foundation has four program areas:
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources
Nature Conservation. The Turing Foundation’s interests in Nature Conservation (broadly defined) are as follows:
The Foundation’s funding for sustainable agriculture and livestock is for programs and projects mainly in West and Central Africa.
About the program
Most grants in the program for marine conservation and sustainable agriculture and livestock are to Dutch and international organizations that work with local partners. Projects are generally over €30 thousand per year, and some are multi-million grants over several years.
APPLICATION: In its theme on Nature Conservation, the Turing Foundation does not accept unsolicited applications.
However, it invites brief project summaries for purposes of information. Turing’s website provides guidelines on what to include in the summaries, and where to send them.
About how to submit project summaries
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
Turing’s grants for nature conservation and sustainable agriculture focus on two regions.
Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands
Note: The geographical priorities for projects in agriculture and livestock are are Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Dem Rep Congo, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Sierra Leone, and Togo.
The Foundation’s website is available in Dutch and English.
The Foundation posts annual reports, as well as news items and press releases.
Contact Information provides complete details.
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