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The LifeWeb Initiative helps align country and donor funding priorities, as well as to develop and coordinate counterpart funding opportunities. It provides assistance by allowing CBD parties, especially developing countries, convey their funding...
Open to Pacific Island students (under 40 years old) from SPREP member countries, the Lui Bell Memorial Post-Graduate Scholarship will pay up to $20,000 (USD) per year for postgraduate study in areas related to the conservation and management of...
Started in 1992, the GEF SGP provides financial and technical support to projects that conserve and restore the environment while enhancing people's well-being and livelihoods.  SGP grants are made directly to community-based organizations (...
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation has a programme under their oceans subcategory for the Western Pacific Countries of Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Micronesia. The goal of this program is to restore and ensure the health and productivity of...
Rare is continually developing new programs based on the needs expressed by governments, non-governmental organizations, and conservation leaders in their target regions. Rare’s target regions are globally-prioritized areas of high-biodiversity...
There are many scholarships, grants and awards available to Pasifika students, and this website answers questions and provides information to students interested in researching the topic.
The Pacific Development and Conservation Trust is committed to supporting sustainable development, where communities are engaged and working in partnership, with iwi, hapū, aiga, the local indigenous people and communities. The objectives of the...
Each year, subject to the availability of funds, the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP) publishes Federal Funding Opportunities (FFOs) in the Federal Register to solicit proposals for coral reef conservation activities, as authorized by the...
The three Sea Grant Focus Areas to be addressed through research for 2014-2016 are: Sustainable Coastal Development, Hazard Resilience Coastal Communities, and Sustainable Coastal Tourism. A Request for Proposals (RFP) for UH Sea Grant Awards...
The Trust for Conservation Innovation (TCI) is a service that can provide assistance to recipients of grants who wish to carry out project work but may not have the means to manage the fiscal aspects of the project successfully. TCI projects must...