Jana Robeyst Trust Fund
Small grants for conservation research in Sub-Saharan Africa
Principal Office: Belgium
The Jana Robeyst Trust Fund (JRTF) makes grants to support conservation research in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The Trust was established in 2016 by the family of Jana Robeyst, who was a young wildlife researcher in West Africa.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
African Conservation. JRTF provides financial resources for field conservation research in Sub-Saharan Africa. Projects must have a clear conservation value. Preference is given to projects related to elephants.
Eligible expenses include research support; educational activities; travel costs for presentation at conferences; participation in workshops/training; and purchase of essential field equipment.
Grants are a maximum of €1,500.
APPLICATION: Applicants should be affiliated with universities, research institutes, or non-profit organizations.
Applications can be submitted in English or French. There are no restrictions by nationality or residence of applicants.
JRTF accepts applications on a continuous basis, and makes three rounds of grants per year.
About the program, and how to apply
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
The JRTF website is available in English, French, and Dutch.
JRTF posts a biography of Jana Robeyst, and a list of funded projects.
The Trust provides contact information.