Title(12/1) Keidanren Nature Conservation Fund — Grant Program 20222021-10-19 05:45
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Keidanren Nature Conservation Fund (KNCF) is now open for applicants.

2022 KNCF Grant Program​ ​is supports field projects in environment, biodiversity, and natural resources in developing countries worldwide, with emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region. 

Groups and organizations with appropriate legal status, and at least three years of experience in nature conservation can send the proposals.

Deadline: ​1st of December

Duration of the grant: 1year

Guidelines for application and application and report form are in attached files.

More detailed information can be found in KNCF website.

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