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EACN Monthly Newsletter

My Field exchange visit to Rwanda

By: Gashumba Damascene - Rural Environment and Development Organization (REDO)
As part of CEPF’s initiative to provide capacity building for its grantees, I took part in a site visit & learning exchange that was held in Nyungwe and Gishwati landscapes, Rwanda in March 2016. The exchange was organized by Tropical Biology Association. I was hosted by Straightforward Development Services Limited, Rwanda. Find out more about the visit and the lessons learnt here.

 
 


Malawi site visit and learning exchange

 
      

A site visit and learning exchange was recently concluded between two CEPF grantees; Forest of Hope Association, FHA (guest) and Action for Environmental Sustainability, AFES (host). The exchange took place in Malawi where AFES works in the Wlindi-Matip and Mughese forest reserves to raise awareness on the need for conservation among community members. The event ran from 21 – 25 September. The exchange acted as a follow-up of the targets created by the two organisations during the TBA Master class in March 2016 an was meant to provide a platform for the two organisations to exchange ideas and learn from each other due to the similarities of their projects.
 

Misuku Hills Improved livelihood and Biodiversity Conservation Project

Action for Environment Sustainability (AFES) in partnership with Misuku Bee Keepers Association has been implementing a CEPF funded project on conservation of Misuku Hills since July 2014. The project touches on three main themes: conservation, awareness and economic empowerment. Find out more on the project and its achievements here
 


Opportunities and Resources

What: Green Cross Awards 2017

Green Star Awards to recognize individuals and organizations that have made remarkable efforts to prevent, prepare for, and respond to environmental emergencies – as well as to integrate environment with humanitarian action across the world. Details


Deadline: 30 January 2017

 
What: ARCOS small grants programme

ARCOS’ Small Grants Programme aims to enhance collaborative sustainable solutions for biodiversity and people, focusing on critical landscapes and watersheds of the Albertine Rift, the Great Lakes Region of East and Central Africa and the African Mountains. Details
Deadline: 30 November 2016

Visit the TBA bulletin board for more grants, project funding and scholarship opportunities
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