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Columbus Zoo and Aquarium — Conservation Grants 2018

The Columbus Zoo makes conservation grants for research, local community involvement, capacity building, environmental education, and behavior change leading to improved conservation of wildlife and habitat. Grant requests may range from US$1 thousand to US$25 thousand, but grants are limited to US$5 thousand for first-time applicants. First-time applicants must submit a pre-proposal. (Grants are awarded on a quarterly basis (in March, June, September, and December.) The next proposal review is mid-December 2018. Application and Guidelines

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia — Award for Environmental Management in the Islamic World

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Award for Environmental Management in the Islamic World (KSAAEM) accepts applications for its current edition (2018-2019). The Award aims at consolidating the broad concept of environmental management in the Islamic world; encouraging sustainable development; and publicizing the outstanding efforts and successful practices in the field of environmental management. The total value of the Award is US$195 thousand. The deadline for acceptance of nominations is 31 December 2018. Info for nominations

Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs — Voice Opportunity Grants

The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs provides opportunity grants to effectively empower and give voice to marginalized and discriminated people in low- and lower-middle income countries of Africa and Asia. The thematic areas include one for improved governance and access to productive resources (e.g., land and water) and employment. The priority countries are Cambodia, Indonesia, Kenya, Laos, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Philippines, Tanzania, and Uganda. Voice hopes to stimulate learning about the most successful methods of building community empowerment. Applications are invited from legally registered nonprofit civil society organizations and community groups. The applicant (or a consortium member) must be based in Africa or Asia, and operate in one or more of the focus countries. Grants range from €5 thousand to €200 thousand for up to 6-12 months. The application deadline is 31 December 2018. Link

Phoenix Zoo — Funding for Wildlife Conservation and Science

The Phoenix Zoo (Arizona, USA) makes small grants to support wildlife conservation and science worldwide. Grants are limited to US$3 thousand for one year. Priority is for practical projects that help build capacity, and that involve local communities. The application period for pre-proposals is 01 November through 01 December each year. Link