Grants: Scooping projects on environment, food, and rural affairs
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The Darwin Initiative funds capacity building, training, research, and education in support of the major conventions on biodiversity -- focusing on the developing world. The program currently invites applications for scoping projects, which are up to £10 thousand. Scoping
projects cover travel and accommodations for up to two persons in support of meeting potential partners to co-develop proposals for larger (main) projects in eligible developing countries. There are no restrictions on the location or nationality of applicants, but rojects must benefit biodiversity and local communities in developing countries.
The application deadline is 02 February 2018.
Read about the application terms and process here.