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

EIT Climate-KIC — Pan-African Climate Accelerator

Africa ClimAccelerator supports promising climate impact ideas and early-stage businesses with climate tech solutions through business support and capacity building. The program provides coaching and online training, as well as access to financial support and networking opportunities. Startups are invited to apply from East, West, South and North Africa. The application deadline is 07 November 2021. Africa ClimAccelerator

Climate Tracker — Energy Transition in Latin America

Climate Tracker, in partnership with Clean Energy Wire, offers 12 scholarships to journalists to cover investigations into the energy transition in Latin America and the Caribbean. The participant will be trained in the use of advanced media research tools and will address how the media covers the stories of energy and climate change in Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Mexico and the Dominican Republic. Journalists and researchers with experience in the media and investigations, under 35 years of age, are eligible to apply. The deadline to apply for this call is 10 November 2021. Link

U.S. Department of State — Small Grants for Young Leaders in Southeast Asia

The Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) is a program of the U.S. government to support bright young leaders ages 18-35 in the ASEAN countries. YSEALI Seeds for the Future is a small grants competition that provides funding of up to $15 thousand for promising young leaders to carry out projects that improve their communities. The four core themes are (1) Civic Engagement, (2) Education, (3) Economic Empowerment and Social Entrepreneurship, and (4) Environmental Issues. The application deadline is 11 November 2021. YSEALI Seeds For the Future

Water and Energy for Food — Call for Innovations in South and Southeast Asia

Water and Energy for Food (WE4F) seeks innovators (companies, non-profits, or universities) working on sustainable solutions for pressing challenges in the water, energy, and agriculture sectors in the South and Southeast Asia region. Individual awards for innovators are expected to range from US$25 thousand to US$500 thousand, depending on the type of funding requested. The call is open to applicants from the following countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, East Timor, India, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam. Participants will receive tailored support to help scale and grow their businesses. The submission deadline is 12 November 2021. Link

Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime — Resilience Fellowship Environmental Crime

The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GI-TOC) announces the Resilience Fellowship, which for 2022 will have Environmental Crime as its theme. The Resilience Fund provides grants and support to civil society individuals and organizations working to counter the impacts of criminal governance and violence across the world. Grants of US$15 thousand per Fellow will be awarded for one year. For the year 2022, a total of 10 Fellows will be selected. The Fellowship welcomes applications from people of any gender, ethnicity, age, religion or any other defining factor, who work in communities affected by organized environmental crime. The deadline to apply is 15 November 2021. Resilience Fellowship

Watson Institute — Education in Social Entrepreneurship

The Watson Institute offers accelerator programs for college students, recent graduates, and gap-year students with an early-stage venture aimed at solving the toughest challenges facing the world. The Watson Institute makes partial scholarships, full-ride fellowships and financing options to students from all economic backgrounds, e. g., the Sustainability Fellowship for applicants developing solutions focused on environmental sustainability and climate change. The Watson Semester Accelerator in Colorado (USA) accepts rolling admissions through 15 November 2021. Link

Earth Journalism Network — Biodiversity Story Grants 2021

The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) makes reporting grants to support the production of in-depth stories that highlight previously untold threats to global biodiversity or explore new conservation-based solutions. EJN is particularly interested in proposals of applicants looking to conduct investigative or enterprise reporting on biodiversity or conservation topics. Eligibility for funding extends to journalists (online, print, television) and other expert media practitioners with a track record of reporting on environmental issues. Most grants will range from US$1 thousand to US$2 thousand, although larger grants can be considered. The deadline for applications is 15 November 2021. Biodiversity Story Grants

The Bridge International — Funding for Social Entrepreneurs

The Bridge International (TBI), a non-profit organization based in South Korea, seeks social entrepreneurs in Asia and Africa who wish to participate in ‘The Global Bridging Fund 2022’. Selected enterprises will get seed funds of up to US$5,000 as a 0% interest loan. Registration is open for all social entrepreneurs in Asia and Africa. The application is open from 03 November to 17 November 2021. Global Bridging Fund

Yunus Environment Hub — Sustainable Food Systems in East Africa

The GrowUp Incubator supports early-stage entrepreneurs  with innovative solutions that have the potential to create substantial environmental and social impact. The 2022 cohort of GrowUp Incubator addresses sustainable food systems in East Africa to enable sustainable agricultural production and support sustainable practices along the whole food value chain and to mitigate climate change and build resilient communities. Selected entrepreneurs receive tailored mentorship, interactive capacity building workshops and networking opportunities with local partners. Eligibility extends to social business entrepreneurs in Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Burundi. The call for applications closes 21 November 2021. GrowUp Incubator

Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund — Clean Energy Technologies

The Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) supports the private sector to expand its clean energy technologies to Africa’s rural communities. The AECF Innovation Fund is looking to invest between US$100 thousand and US$300 thousand to support business growth for impactful innovations across clean cooking and productive use of energy technology sectors. The co-financing requirement is a minimum of 30% of the project cost. Eligibility extends to the African private sector (for-profit as well as non-profit) in Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nigeria, Mali, and Sierra Leone. Applications close 26 November 2021. AECF Innovation Fund