The Terra Viva Grants Directory develops and manages information about grants for agriculture, energy, environment, and natural resources in the world's developing countries.

World Energy Council — Future Energy Leaders 2019

The World Energy Council looks for bright young professionals from all around the world to join its Future Energy Leaders’ program (FEL-100). Future Energy Leaders (FELS), form a community and have the chance to shape the global energy agenda. Applicants must have a minimum of 3 years professional experience in an energy-related field and not be more than 35 years old. The deadline for nominations is 24 February 2019. Hurry up

Grassroots Justice Prize — Legal Empowerment for Communities

The Grassroots Justice Prize recognizes grassroots institutions across the globe that are working to put the power of law into people’s hands. Three awards, each of US$10 thousand, are available to non-profit organizations, social enterprises, and public institutions that focus on legal empowerment to tackle poverty, injustice, or other social problems. (Note: These problems may include subject areas in the Terra Viva Grants Directory). The deadline to apply is 08 March 2019. Grassroots Justice Prize

U.S. Agency for International Development — Agriculture and Food-Systems Development Burma

USAID seeks applications to implement the Agriculture and Food-Systems Development Activity in Burma. Projects should focus on increased access to agriculture support services, economic interdependence among market actors of different ethnic backgrounds, smallholder based supply-chains, and women’s empowerment in agribusiness. USAID intends to provide US$38 million in total funding over a five year period. Eligibility extends to organizations. Individuals are not eligible to submit applications. The deadline for applications is 15 March 2019. More

Government of India — India-Egypt Bilateral Cooperation

The Government of India invites research projects to apply to the Call for Joint Proposals, with the aim of encouraging scientific and technological co-operation between Egypt and India. Priority research areas include biotechnology, energy applications, among others. Financial support for international air fares, accommodation and Rs2,500 per diem for expenses, and also minor support for research related expenses like contingency and consumables can be provided. The deadline for submission of proposals is 31 March 2019. Link

Israeli Agency for International Development — Course: Agricultural Education in Primary and Secondary Schools

Israel’s Agency for International Development (MASHAV) offers professional short courses in Israel in subject areas that include agriculture, energy, health, education, and social development. MASHAV offers a limited number of scholarships to cover course fees, accommodation, medical insurance, and other expenses. The international course on “Agricultural Education in Primary and Secondary Schools For African Countries” will focus on agricultural education with the aim to provide rural populations in African countries with agriculture skills and professional knowledge to end hunger, achieve food security and promote sustainable agriculture. The course is geared towards directors of educational systems from rural and urban areas, supervisors, as well as primary and secondary school principals. Deadline for applications is 01 April 2019. Here

Israeli Agency for International Development — Course: Intensive Vegetable Production

Israel’s Agency for International Development (MASHAV) offers professional short courses in Israel in subject areas that include agriculture, energy, health, education, and social development. MASHAV offers a limited number of scholarships to cover course fees, accommodation, medical insurance, and other expenses. The international course on “Intensive Vegetable Production” will focus on crop production, plasticulture and climate control, irrigation and fertigation management, integrated pest management, and postharvest handling. The course is geared towards senior professionals from governmental and non-governmental institutions, universities, research institutes and/or private sector, from African English-speaking countries, involved in the development of the vegetable sector. Deadline for applications is 04 April 2019. Here

Israeli Agency for International Development — Course: Market Gardening Technologies

Israel’s Agency for International Development (MASHAV) offers professional short courses in Israel in subject areas that include agriculture, energy, health, education, and social development. MASHAV offers a limited number of scholarships to cover course fees, accommodation, medical insurance, and other expenses. The international course on “Market gardening technologies” will focus on plant nurseries, plant protection in vegetable crops, and greenhouses. The course is geared towards professionals from governmental and non-governmental institutions, universities, research institutes and/or private sector, from francophone Africa, involved in the field of vegetable crops. Deadline for applications is 05 April 2019. Link

Israeli Agency for International Development — Course: Production of Subtropical Fruit Trees

Israel’s Agency for International Development (MASHAV) offers professional short courses in Israel in subject areas that include agriculture, energy, health, education, and social development. MASHAV offers a limited number of scholarships to cover course fees, accommodation, medical insurance, and other expenses. The international course on “Production of subtropical fruit trees: Management, technologies and post-harvest” will focus on orchard management, fruit varieties, irrigation and fertilization, and post-harvest. The course is geared towards professionals from governmental and non-governmental institutions, universities, research institutes and/or private sector, from francophone Africa, involved in subtropical arboriculture. Deadline for applications is 09 April 2019. Click here

Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund — Biodiversity Conservation across Multi-Hotspots

The CEPF invites applications for biodiversity conservation among two or more biodiversity hotspots. Proposed projects must address multiple hotspots, including at least one of the following: Cerrado, Eastern Afromontane and Indo-Burma. Grants under this call will range from US$ 20 thousand to US$100 thousand. Eligibility for funding extends to community groups and associations, NGOs, private enterprises, universities, research institutes, and other civil society organizations. The deadline for letters of inquiry is 12 April 2019. More

International Institute of Education — Indigenous Biocultural Exchange Fund

The Indigenous Biocultural Exchange Fund provides up to US$5 thousand to indigenous individuals to attend global biocultural exchanges or meetings which impact the applicant’s home territory or region. Applicants must be indigenous or members of a local indigenous community. Additional preference will be given to women and youth. The fund is especially for, but not limited to, indigenous individuals in the following regions: African Rift Valley, Central Asia & Turkey, Southwest U.S. & Northern Mexico, Northern Australia, and Melanesia. Application for the Spring 2019 round will be open from 01 March – 15 April 2019. Application for the Fall 2019 round will be open from 01 September – 15 October 2019. About