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About International Conservation Grants
What are they?
Zoos Victoria’s International Conservation Grants build on our longstanding commitment to international conservation partnerships. The grants recognise engaging with and building the capacity of people to save wildlife is a significant challenge, and one that we believe is essential if we are to secure sustainable long-term conservation outcomes for wildlife. Grant bids will be accepted up to AUD 20,000 for approved 12 month projects.
What is the theme?
The 2016 grants are themed ‘Wildlife Conservation through Community Engagement’, recognising the importance of engaging people in protecting wildlife, while building social capacity, both of which are critical for the conservation of wildlife. Successful projects will demonstrate meaningful on-ground benefits to both wildlife and people.
- 2016 submissions are now open and will be accepted until 30 September 2015.
Who is eligible to apply?
- Any organisation or group able to undertake projects that meet the above theme are eligible to apply.
- More information about the Grants Projects and the submission process can be found in the guidelines.