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Jana Robeyst Trust Fund for Small Conservation Grants in Sub-Saharan Africa

Jana Robeyst Trust Fund for Small Conservation Grants in Sub-Saharan Africa

Deadline: 31-Aug-21

The Jana Robeyst Trust Fund (JRTF) is inviting applications to provide financial resources to early career scientists/conservationists and non-profit organizations for carrying out vital field conservation and research work in Africa.

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The Trust Fund will support, on a small scale, up to a maximum of 1.500 euro per application.
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Eligible project will have a clear conservation value and be based in a country in sub-Saharan Africa.
Preference will go to projects in relation with elephants. Education projects will also be considered.
Travel costs for presentation of the project at a conference, or participation to workshop/training program will also be considered.
Purchase of field equipment if they are essential in completing field work.
Eligibility Criteria

The JRTF aims to provide relatively small levels of funding for ongoing projects or pilot programmes with a clear conservation value.
This funding program is open to individuals or organizations for projects in Sub-Saharan Africa.
They accept projects related to the conservation of mammals and especially (forest) elephants.
Both successful and unsuccessful applicants are welcome to apply again 12 months after the submission.
What project is not eligible for funding?

Pure research will not be funded. Research project will be considered if they demonstrate applied benefit to conservation and/or target an identified conservation need.
Living costs, thesis production costs, retrospective costs, fundraising costs, and payment of a debt will not be considered for funding.
Office equipment and participation to internship and volunteer program will not be considered unless they are essential in completing field work or benefit an identified conservation need.
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