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

Monthly Update: December 2017

Additions and changes in the Terra Viva Grants Directory for the period 16 November 2017  >  15 December 2017.

SECTION A:  Updates to Application Deadlines

Below we identify the most recently added or changed opportunities which remain relevant (i.e., with calendar deadlines beyond the date of this posting).

December 2017

Network for Rural Development of Serbia — Sustainable Rural Development in the Western Balkans

Network for Rural Development of Serbia invites civil society organisations (CSOs) to submit applications related to the thematic areas of sustainable rural development. This may include capacity building programs in sustainable agriculture, environment protection, sustainable management of natural resources, and others. The maximum grants size is €17 thousand per organization. Eligibility extends to organizations from Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo. (Note: The Programme is part of the project “ALTER – Active Local Territories for Economic development of Rural Areas” by the European Union.) Deadline for applications is 17 December 2017. Hurry up!


Swedish International Development Agency — Training on Climate Change in East Africa

Sida funds short-term training in selected development topics for participants from developing countries. Organisations in Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda are invited to nominate candidates for the Advanced International Training Programme ‘Climate Change – Mitigation and Adaptation’. This round of the training programme has a special focus on water resources, incl. agriculture. Candidates representing government organisations, private companies or NGOs at national, regional or local level are encouraged to apply. The training will be provided in three parts; part 1 in Kenya, part 2 in Sweden, and part 3 in Ethiopia. The closing date for applications is 20 December 2017. More about the training program


Israeli Agency for International Development — Professional Course on Agribusiness

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 in Israel. The course “Agribusiness: A Tool for the Empowerment of Rural Women” addresses gender equality and the empowerment of women, as well as economic and social development strategies in rural areas. The course is for policymakers and professionals of the public and private sector, involved in the implementation of agricultural and rural development projects. Additionally, MASHAV offers professional courses in Spanish and Russian languages. Deadline for applications is 28 December 2017. About this course


ETH Zurich — Seed Grants for Swiss-Asian Research Collaboration 2018

In partnership with Switzerland’s State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI), ETH Zurich promotes scientific cooperation with key institutions in the Asia-Pacific region. ETH Zurich currently calls for proposals from Swiss researchers with partners in China (incl. Hong Kong and Taiwan), Japan, South Korea, and the ASEAN region. The call is open for activities in all scientific disciplines and fields of research. The maximum grant is CHF 25 thousand. The deadline for applications is 31 December 2017. Know more


Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation — Navjot Sodhi Conservation Research Award 2017

The ATBC makes the Navjot Sodhi Conservation Research Award each year to a student from a developing country. Eligibility extends to ATBC student members who are nationals of tropical developing countries, and who are conducting research that directly contributes to biodiversity conservation within the tropics. All individuals who have been students within the previous 12 months can apply. The award is up to US$500. The deadline for submitting nominations and self-nominations is 31 December. Nominate yourself here


U.S. Department of State — Global Undergraduate Exchange Program 2018

The Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD) provides scholarships to outstanding undergraduate students from the developing world for one semester of non-degree full-time study combined with community service, professional development, and cultural enrichment in the USA. Students from all academic disciplines are welcome to apply. The eligible countries are listed in the call. Candidates need to apply through the U.S. embassies in their home countries. The deadline is 31 December 2017. Link


Thomson Reuters Foundation — Reporting Workshop on Rural Poverty and Agricultural Development

The Thomson Reuters Foundation invites journalists from around the world to participate in a one-week Reporting Rural Poverty and Agricultural Development workshop in Rome. The Foundation offers full bursaries for journalists from developing world countries working for established media organisations. Participating journalists will have access to high profile delegates, leading experts, technical experts, as well as a number of small holder farmers. The application deadline is 31 December 2017. About the workshop


Technische Universität München — Online Course: Introduction to Land Management

The Technische Universität München (TUM), in partnership with edX, offers an online course on the basics of land management. Participants will learn why, when, and where sustainable land management is most needed and what the potential application fields of land management are. Topics include demographic change, globalization and climate change. The course is for free and no previous knowledge of land management is required. Deadline for enrollment is 31 December 2017. About this course


Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences — Amsterdam Talent Scholarship

The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) aims to attract excellent students from around the world. The Amsterdam Talent Scholarship awards € 3 thousand at the end of every academic year to successful non-EEA students who have been enrolled in one of the programmes of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Eligible courses are Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery, Environmental Sciences, Natural sciences and others. Students submit their applications after the completion of a full year of studies before 31 December and 31 May of each year. Know more about the Amsterdam Talent Scholarship


Climate Food and Farming (CLIFF) Research Network — PhD Research on Climate Change Mitigation in Smallholder Agriculture

CLIFF-GRADS is a joint initiative of the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change (CCAFS) low emissions agriculture flagship and the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA). The program aims to build the capability of early career agricultural students in developing countries to conduct applied research on climate change mitigation in agriculture. CLIFF invites applications from PhD students from developing countries for short-term (3-4 month) scientific training and research stays at CGIAR research centers or affiliated research institutions. The focus of the research is greenhouse gas emissions and carbon sequestration associated with climate change mitigation in agriculture in developing countries. Grants are between US$10 and US$12 thousand. The deadline for applications is 31 December 2017. Join CLIFF

January 2018

Michigan State University  — Agricultural Development Studies and Research 2018

With funding from the U.S. government, the Borlaug Higher Education Agricultural Research and Development (BHEARD) Program is implemented by Michigan State University. The program supports long-term training of agricultural researchers at the master’s and doctoral levels. BHEARD invites applicants from Mali for study in the USA or other selected countries. The announcement identifies the participating Mali institutions and the eligible fields of study related to agriculture, meteorology, and climate change. The application deadline is 01 January 2018. More information (in French)


Neotropical Bird Club — Conservation and Research in Latin America and the Caribbean

The Neotropical Bird Club offers research grants for conservation work, or for research which may be of conservation benefit. Awards of US$1,500 and US$3,000 are for projects carried out by nationals and/or residents of countries in the Neotropics (i.e. the Caribbean, Central America, and South America). The Juan Mazar Barnett award (up to US$5,000) is to encourage early-career neotropical bird conservationists and researchers. Application guidelines are available in English and Spanish. The deadlines are 01 January and 01 July of each year. Link


AuthorAID — Small Grants for Researchers in Developing Countries: Travel Grants

AuthorAID announces its second round of small travel grants to support researchers in developing countries with travel and workshops. AuthorAID plans to award five travel grants of US$1,500 each for early-career researchers to present their research at an academic conference. AuthorAID posts the list of eligible developing countries. The deadline to apply for travel grants is 03 January 2018. More about the travel grants for researchers


Future Africa — Africa Science Leadership Programme 2018

The Africa Science Leadership Programme seeks to identify and select leading African researchers in basic and applied science, engineering, among others. (Note: This may include one or more relevant categories of the Terra Viva Grants Directory.) Participants will receive training in the areas of thought leadership, team management and research development. All applicants should commit to be present for the full workshop from 16-20 March 2018. Applications must be received by 05 January 2018. More application information


Hilden Charitable Trust — Community Projects in Developing Countries

The Hilden Charitable Trust makes grants in the UK and developing countries in defined thematic areas. Projects in developing countries focus on community development, education, and health. (Note: Projects related to food security, community water supply, local energy, etc., may be relevant.) HiIden particularly welcomes projects addressing the needs and potential of girls and women. Hilden will consider funding for charitable organizations based in any developing country, that have been active for at least five years, and that meet its criteria on financial income. Hilden only accepts applications from UK charities for overseas projects. Projects may be for more than one year. Average grants are £5 thousand. Applications can be submitted anytime but the closing date for the next meeting is 05 January 2018. Link


UNESCO Institute for Water Education — Masters Fellowships

Located in the Netherlands, UNESCO-IHE offers six scholarships for the Water Cooperation and Diplomacy master’s programme. The objective of the program is to train future water managers and other professionals to address competition over water. Eligibility extends to existing and future water professionals from Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The scholarship will cover educational fees, however, successful applicants will be required to fund up to approximately US$5 thousand for living costs and flights. The deadline for applications to UNESCO-IHE is 05 January 2018. More information is available via the waterdiplomacy master website


Critical Ecosystems Partnership Fund — Evaluating the Caribbean Islands Hotspot

The CEPF invites applications from civil society organizations to submit proposals to conduct an evaluation of lessons learned in relation to the Caribbean Islands Regional Implementation Team (RIT). CEPF intends to reinvest in this hotspot, and will use the results of this consultancy to inform future investment. The closing date for submissions is 08 January 2018. Link


Marine Mammal Commission — Grants to Protect Marine Mammals 2018

The Marine Mammal Commission invites worldwide proposals on community-driven conservation approaches to eliminate, manage, or mitigate threats to marine mammals. Proposals must include a component to evaluate the effectiveness of measures to eliminate, manage, or mitigate threats to marine mammals. The Commission also funds conferences, workshops, and other forms of education and outreach in this topic area. Priority will be given to proposals requesting US$50 thousand or less; however, exceptional proposals requesting larger amounts (up to US$100 thousand) will be considered. The submission deadline is 11 January 2018. Know more


Cisco — Global Problem Solver Challenge 2018

Cisco is looking for innovative technology solutions from student entrepreneurs around the world that solve the world’s most pressing social and environmental problems. The Challenge is open to students and recent alumni from any college or university. A total of US$300 thousand will be awarded for the adoption and development of breakthrough technologies, products, and services that drive economic development. Solutions have to be submitted by 12 January 2018. Interested?


Environmental Journalism Network — Asia-Pacific Media Grants

The Environmental Journalism Network (EJN) makes the Asia-Pacific Media Grants to support the creation, growth, and capacity building of media and environmental organizations. The grant aims to strengthen the capacity of organizations to produce good quality socio-environmental news about climate change, natural resources and the environment in the Asia-Pacific region. The typical grant is up to US$20 thousand for one year. Established media organizations, journalism networks, universities and journalism schools are welcome to apply. NGOs and research institutes will also be considered. The deadline for applications is 14 January 2018. Additional Information


Aspire Coronation Trust Foundation — Development Grants for Africa

The Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation makes grants to local, national and regional non-profit organizations working to address challenges across the African Continent. Thematic areas include entrepreneurship, environment, health and others. There is no maximum or minimum funding amount but projects must have a maximum life cycle of 12 months. The applying organizations are required to show other sources of funding. Applications have to be submitted by 14 January 2018. About this opportunity


United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change — Call for Proposals

The Adaptation Fund makes grants for projects and programs that address the adverse impacts of climate change. Eligibility for grants extends to countries which are Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, with emphasis on developing countries that are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change. Grants are primarily to government organizations such as national ministries, development institutes, local government authorities, and others — sometimes in partnership with civil society organizations. Project proposals are submitted through any of the Fund’s national, regional, or multilateral implementing entities. Proposals are accepted three times a year. The next deadlines is 15 January 2018. About the Adaptation Fund


German Federal Environmental Foundation — PhD Dissertation Fellowships 2018

The German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU) offers 60 research fellowships per year to young scientists in Germany and internationally across all disciplines of environmental protection. DBU welcomes subjects of international importance, although the work has to be done mainly in Germany, and with a clear reference to the German environmental situation. There are two deadlines for applications (in German): 15 January and 15 June 2018. About the PhD Scholarships


United Nations University — MSc in Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security

The UNU and the University of Bonn welcome applicants for the international joint MSc programme, “Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security.” The ideal candidate has a strong interest or experience in human-nature relations and risk governance in the Global South. Women and applicants from developing countries are strongly encouraged to apply. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers scholarships to financially support successful applicants from developing countries. The application deadline is 15 January 2018. More


U.S. Department of State — TechWomen 2018

TechWomen will offer professional mentorship and exchange to 100 emerging women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics from the developing world. The program is open to qualified women in Algeria, Cameroon, Egypt, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan or Zimbabwe. TechWomen covers the costs of travel and accommodation for the program events in California and Washington, DC. The application deadline is 17 January 2018. Link


Shell International — Energy, Water and Food Challenge

The Shell Ideas360 competition invites students from all around the world to develop ideas to tackle the pressures on the world’s Food, Water and Energy resources. The theme of the competition is “People & Planet – the Energy, Water and Food Challenge”. It is open to students currently studying as a full time bachelor’s or master’s student at a recognized university. The finalist teams will be assigned a Shell Mentor to help them develop their ideas and fly to Make the Future, London (in July 2018). The winning team will win a National Geographic Adventure. Submission deadline for ideas is 19 January 2018. Interested to submit your idea?


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — Marine Turtle Conservation Fund 2018

Through its program “Wildlife Without Borders,” the USFWS makes grants that address threats to the survival of six species of marine turtles. Funding is for projects located outside of the USA and its territories. Applicants can be individuals; multi-national secretariats; state and local government agencies; non-profit organizations, non-governmental organizations; and public and private institutions of higher education. Most grants are US$50 thousand or less. The application deadlines are 22 January 2018 (Cycle 1) and 02 April 2018 (Cycle 2). More here


Israeli Agency for International Development — Professional Course on Agricultural Development in Arid Regions

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 in Israel. The international course on “Agricultural Development in Arid Regions” will focus on the efficient use, protection and development of water resources, management of salinity, and creation of long-term economically and environmentally sound operations. The course is geared towards professionals from governmental and non-governmental institutions, universities, research institutes and/or private sector involved in agricultural development in arid and semi-arid regions. Additionally, MASHAV offers professional courses in Spanish and Russian languages. Deadline for applications is 26 January 2018. About this course


U.S. African Development Foundation — Supporting African Farmers

The U.S. African Development Foundation invites proposals for grant financing and local support from African-owned enterprises, agricultural cooperatives, small-scale producer groups, and agricultural processors with innovative solutions to increase farmer incomes and achieve sustainable market-based growth. Most funding agreements range between $100 and $250 thousand. Applications are accepted in English, Swahili, and French. Application deadline is 29 January 2018. Find out more


KU Leuven — IRO Doctoral Scholarships

KU Leuven is the largest university in Flanders, Belgium. The university has a major international program, and it is home to 7,000 international students. As one part of its cooperation to advance international development, KU Leuven offers PhD scholarships every academic year to exceptional students from developing countries. Over the past ten years, the IRO Doctoral Scholarships Programme has supported over a hundred PhD graduates. Applications are invited from countries in the OECD/DAC list of Least Developed Countries, Low Income Countries, and Low Middle Income Countries. The application deadline is 31 January 2018. Application Procedure


Siemenpuu Foundation — Small-Scale Renewable Electricity Projects

The Siemenpuu Foundation and the EKOenergy Climate Fund support renewable energy projects in Mali, Myanmar and Nepal. Projects for electricity installations should range between €20 and €50 thousand for two years and benefit communities that suffer energy poverty and social inequality. Eligibility extends to registered local civil society organisation in Mali, Myanmar or Nepal, with capacity for renewable electricity installations. Deadline for submission of concept papers is 31 January 2018. Link

February 2018

Flemish Inter-University Council — Scholarships for Masters Degrees and Training Programs in Flanders

VLIR-UOS is the secretariat of Flemish universities for development cooperation, with funding by Belgian Development Cooperation. VLIR-UOS announces courses at Belgian Flemish universities and university colleges that are eligible for scholarships in 2018. They include 1-year and 2-year masters’ programs, along with training courses lasting from two weeks to three months. Subject areas include aquaculture, marine science, plant breeding, nematology, water resources, rural development, and others. Eligibility for scholarships extends to applicants in 31 developing countries of Southeast Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America. Candidates apply directly to the Flemish universities that offer the programs, requesting scholarship support. The admission deadlines vary with each program, with many having a deadline of 01 February 2018 for non-EU applicants. (Please check the deadlines carefully!) Masters Degrees and Training Programs


Conservation Strategy Fund — Training Course on Economic Tools for Conservation 2018

The Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF) invites applications for its annual international training course, “Economic Tools for Conservation”, to be held at the University of California Berkeley in July 2018. The course is aimed at managers of conservation programs and protected areas; directors of NGOs; and representatives of government agencies. Applicants from disciplines such as biology, forestry, law, anthropology, and economics are encouraged to apply. Accepted applicants are responsible for seeking their own funding. (CSF encourages applicants to apply for a Professional Development Grant from WWF-US before 01 February 2018.) Link to CSF / Link to WWF-US


Harvard University — Ashton Award for Research on Asian Tropical Forest Biology

The Arnold Arboretum at Harvard University sponsors the Ashton Award for Student Research to support graduate and advanced undergraduate students working on Asian tropical forest biology. Applications are accepted from advanced undergraduates and graduate students worldwide. Awards are up to US$4 thousand to support research expenses. The application deadline is 01 February 2018. Link


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — Asian Elephant Conservation Fund 2018

As part of its program “Wildlife Without Borders,” the USFWS makes grants for the conservation of selected wildlife species, including Asian elephants. Grants are for applied research, training, conservation management, community outreach, law enforcement, decreased human-wildlife conflicts, and other activities in conservation. The average grant size is US$50 thousand and priority will be given to projects that are able to provide some amount of matching support. Eligibility extends worldwide to qualified and relevant government agencies, other organizations, multi-national secretariats, and individuals. The application deadline is 01 February 2018. Detailed Information


UK Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs — Darwin Scoping Projects, Round 24

The Darwin Initiative funds capacity building, training, research, and education in support of the major conventions on biodiversity — focusing on the developing world. The program currently invites applications for scoping projects, which are up to £10 thousand. Scoping projects cover travel and accommodations for up to two persons in support of meeting potential partners to co-develop proposals for larger (main) projects in eligible developing countries. There are no restrictions on the location or nationality of applicants, but projects must benefit biodiversity and local communities in developing countries. The application deadline is 02 February 2018. Round 24


Colorado State University — Training in Protected Areas Management 2018

Colorado State University, in collaboration with partner organizations in the USA, announces its annual one-month course in protected areas management to be held July-August 2018 in the Western USA. Participants are invited from Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries, with emphasis on participants from Latin America. The course will be given in Spanish. The university does not offer scholarships for the course, but it suggests where to look for funding support in their FAQs. Applications are due by 02 February 2018. Course information (in Spanish)


Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs — Research Collaboration 2018

Within the framework of Danish development cooperation, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls for research proposals between Denmark and researchers in partner countries.   Window 1 will fund research with partners in Denmark’s priority countries for development assistance. Window 2 will fund research with partners in growth and transition countries. Window 1 is open to research institutions in Ghana and Tanzania, in addition to Denmark.  Window 2 is open to Danish research organizations in collaboration with research institutions in Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Colombia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Mexico, Myanmar, South Africa, Turkey, and Vietnam. For both windows, the application deadline (Phase 1) is 02 February 2018. More about this opportunity


BioInnovate Africa —  Improve Productivity of Smallholder Farmers in East Africa

The BioInnovate Africa Programme wants to improve productivity of smallholder farmers and communities in eastern Africa through value addition and agro/bioprocessing. Thematic areas include (1) Value addition to agroproduce; (2) Agro/biowaste conversion; and (3) Bioinnovation policy analysis and development. Grants range from US$ 250 – US$ 750 thousand for a maximum period of three years. Eligibility extends to scientists, researchers and innovators from Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda. The application deadline is 02 February 2018. Details


SEED Foundation — Agricultural Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa 2018

The SEED Foundation supports French nonprofit organizations in partnership with nonprofit organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa for innovative solutions that address food security. Projects can address agricultural practices, farming knowledge and capacity, local agricultural products, etc. Grants range from €7 thousand to €15 thousand, up to 70% of project costs. The Foundation lists 21 eligible African countries. The deadline for applications (French, English) is 05 February 2018. See the Call for Proposals


Swedish Institute — Visby Scholarships for Master’s Studies 2018

The Visby Scholarships provide master’s degree students from all around the world with an opportunity to study at Swedish universities within all fields of study (note: this may include one or more thematic areas of the Terra Viva Grants Directory). About 50 Visby master’s scholarships will be offered for 2018/2019. The program will cover the tuition fee, provide SEK 9 thousand per month for living expenses, and a travel grant of SEK 5 thousand. The application period is 2-9 February 2018. View the opportunity


MIT Center for Collective Intelligence — Climate CoLab: Absorbing Climate Impacts

The MIT Climate CoLab organizes contests to solicit the world’s best ideas to prevent and adapt to climate change. The current contest invites projects that focus on the question “How can climate risk insurance be linked with other forms of social protection to help vulnerable communities absorb climate impacts?” The UN Climate Resilience Initiative A2R and InsuResilience will provide seed funding for the implementation of the winning proposal (€40 thousand) and mentoring, training and technical assistance (€12 thousand euros). The deadline for proposal submission is 11 February 2018. Learn more about this contest


EarthCorps — International Program 2018

EarthCorps invites applications from emerging environmental leaders around the world to participate in an environmental service program in the USA. Participants from the USA and other countries take part in field projects such as tree planting, trail construction, stream restoration, and removal of invasive plants. The international Program is a 6-month learning experience for non-U.S. citizens, which takes place in Seattle, Washington, USA. Applicants should be 18-28 years of age, with a university degree in an environmental field (or equivalent work experience), and speak conversational English. International participants receive a living stipend, health insurance, and accommodations with host families. However, each participant is responsible for her/his travel to Seattle, Washington. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by 08 January 2017. Regular deadline is 13 February 2018. More about


Breakthrough Institute — Generation Fellowship 2018

The Breakthrough Institute supports Generation Fellows who contribute writing and research to one of four policy programs at the Breakthrough Institute: Energy; Conservation; or Food and Farming. The program operates during ten weeks from June through August. Fellows receive US$600 per week. Eligibility to apply for the fellowships extends to final-year undergraduates, college graduates, and postgraduates. Fellowships are open to applicants from any country. The application deadline is 13 February 2018. About the fellowship


Van Tienhoven Foundation — Small Grants for Biodiversity Conservation

The Van Tienhoven Foundation for International Nature Protection promotes the protection, conservation, and sustainable use of ecosystems and their living organisms. The Foundation aims to counter the human-induced causes of threats to biodiversity. Grants are for projects outside of the Netherlands, and they should be initiated and owned or widely supported by local stakeholders. Government organizations are excluded from applying, and academic studies are not supported. The maximum grant is €10 thousand. The next application deadlines are 14 February and 14 August 2018. Link


University of Bergen — PhD Course on Food Security

The Bergen Summer Research School offers parallel short courses for PhD students and young researchers on themes of urgent societal problems focusing on the transition to sustainability. One of the six courses will concentrate on the question “Can more food be obtained from the ocean in a sustainable way?”. Another course will deal with food and nutrition insecurity. Stipends to participate in the course are available for qualified individuals who are currently enrolled for studies and carrying out research in a list of eligible developing countries. The application deadline is 15 February 2018. Summer School


IHE Delft Institute for Water Education — International Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering

IHE Delft welcomes applications from international and EU candidate students seeking admissions to the International Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering (IMETE). The programme starts in September 2018. Studies will take place in 3 different European countries. Erasmus Mundus scholarships are available. The submission deadline for scholarships is 15 February 2018. More


Erasmus Mundus — Joint Master Degree in Aquaculture, Environment, and Society

The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in AquaCulture, Environment and Society (EM JMD ACES) is a full-time master’s program during two years for European and international students. Applicants are expected to have an appropriate background in aquaculture, marine science, aquatic biology, biology, environmental sciences, marine resources, environmental economics, or environmental policy. Participating students will divide their semesters among universities in the UK, Greece, and France. The program offers scholarships to cover tuition fees, living, and travel expenses. The deadline to apply for scholarships varies but it is recommended to apply until mid-February. Link


Lutfia Rabbani Foundation — PhD and Master’s Scholarship for the Arab World

The Mahmoud S. Rabbani Fellowship is intended for Arab Students interested in pursuing their education in The Netherlands. A maximum of € 12.5 thousand is awarded for one year. Eligible fields of study include Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery, Environmental Sciences, Natural sciences and others. Arab students who have been accepted into a Masters or a Ph.D programme in the Netherlands and Dutch students who have been accepted into a Masters or a Ph.D programme in the Arab World are eligible to apply. Applications for the 2018/2019 academic year are open from 1 January 2018 – 15 February 2018. Please read the Mahmoud S. Rabbani scholarship Terms & Conditions


American Society of Mammalogy — Support to African Graduate Students

The ASM’s African Graduate Student Research Fund makes awards to African nationals pursuing graduate degrees in mammalogy. Each of two awardees will receive US$1,500 and an online membership to the Society. The application deadline is 15 February. Know more


Agropolis Fondation — Call for Proposals “Young Scientist”

The Agropolis Foundation (France) promotes interdisciplinary and integrated plant biology, ecology, and sustainable agriculture addressing development issues in the global North and South. The Call will fund research projects of young researchers from all around the world focusing on any of the thematic research domains covered by the Agropolis Fondation. The maximum project support is €20 thousand. Deadline for the submission of proposals is 15 February 2018. See the full call for proposals


American Museum of Natural History — Research Grants 2018

The American Museum of Natural History sponsors a number of research grants and student exchange fellowships. Unless otherwise noted, there are no restrictions by nationality or country of residence. The Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grants support early-career researchers for research in any phase of wildlife conservation or related fields of North American fauna, defined as fauna north of the Isthmus of Panama, including the Caribbean. The Lerner-Gray grants support research in marine biology at the museum in New York, or in the field. The Collection Study Grants enable early-career research scientists to study scientific collections at the museum in New York. The application deadline for Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grants is 15 February 2018; the deadline for Lerner-Gray Grants is 15 March 2018; the deadline for Collection Study Grants is 01 May 2018. Link


UK Department for International Development — Commonwealth Scholarships 2018

The UK Department for International Development (DFID) funds the Commonwealth Scholarships for master’s and PhD studies in the UK for citizens of developing Commonwealth countries. Scholarships are awarded annually across all subjects, with priority for applications that demonstrate strong relevance to development. There is a nominating agency for Commonwealth Scholarships in each Commonwealth country, with contact details provided in the announcement. Inquiries about the scholarships should be directed to this agency. The application deadline is 22 February 2018. PhD Scholarships and Master’s Scholarships


French Committee for International Solidarity — Grants for Family Agriculture in West Africa 2018

The French Committee for International Solidarity (Comité Français pour la Solidarité Internationale – CFSI), in partnership with Fondation de France, funds projects that support small-scale farming in West Africa. Grants will support projects carried out by partnerships between European and West African nonprofit legal entities, research and training organizations in the following countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo. Projects can range from one to three years. Grants are a maximum of €15 thousand per year, or 50 thousand in the case of a 3-year project. The deadline for project summaries (French, English) is 26 February 2018. Find the guidelines


European Commission and Indian Department of Science and Technology — EU-India Water Cooperation

The European Commission (under Horizon 2020), the Indian Department of Science and Technology (DST), and the Indian Department of Biotechnology (DBT) invite proposals for a multinational research approach in the field of water. The proposed project should develop new and/or adapt existing innovative and affordable solutions for Indian conditions, both in urban and rural areas. This includes drinking water purification, waste water treatment, and real time monitoring. Proposals must be submitted by a consortium of at least three legal entities from India and three legal entities from Europe. Eligible partners can be from public/private funded academic or research institutions, companies, universities, and non-governmental organisations. The overall project contribution is € 3-5 million for the duration of 3 to 5 years. The joint proposal must be submitted by 27 February 2018. Find the detailed call for proposals


Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund — Grants in Support of Endangered and Critically Endangered Species 2018

The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund makes grants to individuals, communities, and organizations for the conservation of threatened or poorly known animal, plant, and fungi species worldwide. The Fund uses the IUCN Redlist as the primary guide to the conservation status of a given species, although documented variations for sub-species, distinct populations and sub-populations will be taken into account. Grants are up to US$25 thousand. Applications must be submitted in English. Application deadlines are 28 February; 30 June; and 31 October 2018. Click here


UK Royal Society — Newton Advanced Fellowships 2018

The Newton Advanced Fellowships provide established international researchers with opportunities for training, collaboration, and reciprocal visits with a partner in the UK. Awards are up to £37 thousand each year for 3 years. Applicants must have a PhD or equivalent research experience and hold a permanent or fixed-term contract in an eligible university or research institute. The announcement lists participating eligible institutions in the following countries: Brazil, China, Mexico, South Africa. The application deadline is 28 February 2018. Link


Swissuniversities Development and Cooperation Network — Consortia for North-South Education and Research (2nd Call)

The Swissuniversities Development and Cooperation Network (SUDAC) calls for various types of Swiss higher education institutions to partner with each other and with partners in the Global South to develop Consortia for Education and Research (COFER). COFER will aim for stronger integration of research, education, and implementation through new collaborative networks oriented towards the Sustainable Development Goals. Each COFER must address at least two SDGs; provide at least 50% matching funds; and provide funding for partners in the Global South. The application deadline for the current, 2nd call is 28 February 2018. About COFER


March 2018

Tinker Foundation — Sustainable Resource Management in Latin America

Tinker’s program of Institutional Grants supports the theme of sustainable resource management (among others) in Latin America. Particular issues of interest include sustainable agriculture, sustainable forestry and non-timber forest products, sustainable tourism, fisheries management, and payment for environmental services. Tinker is also very interested in issues of water scarcity and quality for communities. The Foundation encourages project collaboration among organizations in the USA and Latin America. Tinker invites brief letters of inquiry to the Foundation before proposals are prepared and submitted. The application deadlines are 01 March and 30 September of each year. Link


World Academy of Sciences — Visiting Experts Program

The Elsevier Foundation and the World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) are partners in the Visiting Expert Program in sustainability science. The program supports visits of distinguished scientists to institutions in developing countries, with a focus on 48 Least Developed Countries (LDCs). Host institutions in eligible countries can invite distinguished scientists to collaborate in research and training. The visit should provide a minimum stay of two weeks at the host institution. Institutions wishing to be considered for this program should submit the request form before 01 March 2018. Become a Visiting Expert


Tropical Biology Association — Field Courses for Early-Career Scientists 2018

The TBA sponsors field courses in tropical biology at the post-graduate level. It currently invites applications for 2018 courses in Kenya and Borneo. Full scholarships will be granted to successful African and Malagasy applicants for the course in Africa or Madagascar, and to successful applicants from ASEAN countries for the course in Borneo. Applications are also invited from other countries, with reduced course rates for participants from TBA member organizations. The application deadline is 04 March 2018. About the Field Courses


Alfred Wegner Institute — Training in Oceanography 2018

The Alfred Wegner Institute hosts the Nippon Foundation-POGO Centre of Excellence. The program provides training and career development in oceanography, using facilities at Helgoland and Sylt in the North Sea. The next training program, beginning in late 2018, is open to 10 participants from developing and emerging countries. Trainees must have at least a first degree in science. Preference will be given to applicants who currently hold a position in a research or academic institution in a developing country, and who anticipate returning to the country after completion of the training. The program offers scholarships to cover travel, accommodation, tuition, and a modest allowance. The application deadline is 09 March 2018. Discover more


Eppley Foundation — Research in Biological and Physical Sciences

The Eppley Foundation for Research funds projects in medicine, life sciences, and the physical sciences. Areas of interest include innovative medical investigations and applications; endangered animals and ecosystems; and climate change. Applicants for grants must be associated with recognized nonprofit educational or research institutions in the USA. Grants may be awarded for research internationally when applicants are based in the USA or are associated with U.S. institutions that will administer the grants. Most grants are under US$25 thousand. The deadlines for letters of inquiry are 15 March and 15 September of each year. Link


German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) — NAMA Funding for Low-Carbon Development (5th call)

Germany’s BMU is a partner of the UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change in establishing the NAMA Facility to address climate change (promotion of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions). The Facility announces its fourth call for project proposals from national governments and qualified delivery organizations in developing and emerging economies. The NAMA Facility is open to fund NAMAs across a range of countries and sectors. The deadline for project outlines (i.e., preliminary proposals) is 15 March 2018. Know more


Annie’s Homegrown — Scholarships for Sustainable Agriculture

Annie’s Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship Program is open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students studying at an accredited college or graduate school in the USA during the 2018/2019 school year. Students must be focusing their studies on sustainable agriculture. International students may apply as long as they are studying at an eligible institution in the USA. The program offers scholarships of US$10 thousand each. The application deadline is 15 March 2018. Link


Swedish International Development Agency — Sustainable Urban Water and Sanitation for Africa

Sida funds short-term training in selected development topics for participants from developing countries. The advanced international training programme on ‘Sustainable Urban Water and Sanitation – Integrated Processes’ is open for candidates from Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. Participants may be nominated by authorities, institutions, universities, NGOs, water utilities or other private companies active in the water and sanitation sector. The training programme consists of five compulsory phases. Phase 2 will take place in Sweden (27 August  – 14 September 2018) and Phase 4 in Uganda (January/February 2019). The other phases will be conducted from the participants’ home countries. Closing date for application is 16 March 2018. More about the training program


International Centre for development oriented Research in Agriculture — International Courses for Agricultural Professionals 2018

ICRA supports education and capacity strengthening in agriculture and the rural sector in the developing world. Among its forms of engagement, ICRA offers specialized training courses each year. Applications are invited for courses that include: “Facing rural innovation challenges – Linking research to inclusive development for food security” (May-June 2018, the Netherlands);  and “Building agribusiness relations for sustainable profit – Key skills for inclusive business brokerage” (June-July 2018, Nigeria). ICRA’s courses qualify for NFP/MSP scholarships funded by the Dutch government. Individuals wishing to apply for these scholarships should apply to ICRA before 21 March 2018. More


Columbia Center on Sustainable Development — Training on Sustainable Investments in Agriculture

Applications are open for the annual Executive Training on Sustainable Investments in Agriculture, which will be held at Columbia University, USA, from 19-29 June 2018. The program is designed for mid-level public sector officials and civil society representatives from low- and middle-income countries. A limited number of partial scholarships are available. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis until 31 March 2018. About this opportunity


Chinese Academy of Sciences — PhD Fellowships in China 2018

The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) jointly invite applications for the CAS-TWAS President’s PhD Fellowship Programme to pursue PhD studies in China. The participating institutions are the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences; the University of Science and Technology of China; and CAS institutes around China. Eligible fields of study include agricultural sciences, various fields of biology, and other areas of the natural sciences and engineering. The programme will award up to 200 scholarships to non-Chinese applicants worldwide. The maximum age of applicants is 35. The application deadline is 31 March 2018. See the Call for Applications


April 2018

Shuttleworth Foundation — Innovative Ideas for Social Change

The Shuttleworth Foundation offers fellowships to individuals from all around the world to implement their innovative idea for social change. (Note: This could possibly include thematic areas important in the Terra Viva Grants Directory.) The fellowship grant covers the cost of the Fellow’s time for a year. The amount varies and is determined by each Fellow’s salary equivalent outside of the fellowship. Application deadline is 01 April 2018. Learn more


United Nations University — Graduate Studies in Sustainability Science 2018

The UNU’s Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS) offers an MSc degree program and a PhD degree program to produce scholars who will become key researchers in the field of sustainability science. UNU-IAS seeks to incorporate perspectives on global change, specifically those related to climate change and biodiversity. The Japan Foundation offers the UNU Scholarship for outstanding applicants from developing countries who can demonstrate a need for financial assistance. The deadline to apply for the MSc program is 28 February 2018; the deadline for the PhD program is 27 April 2018. Link


Fiat Panis Foundation — Prizes for Research in Agriculture and Natural Resources 2018

The Fiat Panis Foundation makes awards for university thesis and dissertation research in themes of agriculture and natural resources, with a focus on food security in developing countries. The Hans Hartwig Ruthenberg Graduate Award is €7.5 thousand. The deadline for submissions (German, English) is 30 April 2018. Link


International Herpetological Symposium — Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

The International Herpetological Symposium (IHS) provides financial assistance to individuals or organizations conducting herpetological research, conservation, and education. Grants are up to $1,000. Eligibility extends to any individual from the herpetological community from around the world. Students are encouraged to apply. Proposals are due by 30 April of each year. More Information


Lawrence Foundation — Grants for Environment 2018

The Lawrence Foundation makes grants to U.S. nonprofit organizations for projects in environment, human services, and other themes. There is no restriction on the geographical area where grant activities can be implemented. The average grant size is approximately US$10 thousand. The deadlines for applications are 30 April and 01 November of each year. Link


May 2018

World Food Prize Foundation — World Food Prize and Borlaug Field Award 2018

The World Food Prize Foundation invites nominations for the annual World Food Prize, and for the annual Borlaug Field Award. The World Food Prize (US$250 thousand) recognizes an individual or individuals who have made outstanding achievements to enhance the world’s food production and its distribution to those most in need. The Borlaug Field Award (US$10 thousand) recognizes science-based achievement in international agriculture and food production by an individual under age 40 in the challenge to eliminate global hunger and poverty. The deadlines for nominations are 01 May 2018 for the World Food Prize, and 30 June 2018 for the Borlaug Field Award. About this opportunity


Trust for Mutual Understanding — U.S. Environmental Collaboration with Partners in Europe, the Baltic States, Central Asia, Mongolia, and Russia

The Trust for Mutual Understanding (TMU) makes grants to nonprofit organizations in the USA for environmental projects in collaboration with partners in the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. TMU supports professional exchanges and capacity building, together with jointly managed research and field projects. The deadlines for initial inquiries are 01 May and 01 November of each year. Find out more


Colorado State University — Planning and Managing Tourism in Protected Areas 2018  

Colorado State University (CSU) offers an annual mobile seminar in the Western USA for individuals engaged in tourism and outdoor recreation in protected areas. The next seminar is scheduled for September 2018. Participants in the seminar are a mix of professionals from Latin America, Africa, Asia, and other world regions. Ideal participants will be mid-level professional and technical personnel who work for governmental or NGO conservation and tourism organizations; in academia; in the private sector; and in community-based and indigenous tourism and conservation initiatives in or near protected areas. CSU does not offer fellowships or scholarships for the seminar. However, it posts guidelines on where and how to search for potential funding support in their FAQs. The deadline for applications is 11 May 2017. Link


Ekhaga Foundation – Ecological Agriculture and Biological Medicine 2018

The Ekhaga Foundation makes grants for research in ecological agriculture and biological medicine. Universities, research institutes, etc., from all over the world are invited to apply. Ekhaga requires cooperation with a Swedish institution for applications that do not come from Europe or North America. The deadline for applications is 20 May 2018. Link


June 2018

Riverbanks Zoo and Garden — Conservation Support Fund 2018

The Riverbanks Zoo and Garden (USA) makes grants for field conservation; habitat management; conservation education; ex situ captive breeding; animal health and welfare; and other themes in wildlife research and conservation. Grants generally range from US$1 thousand to US$5 thousand. The annual application deadline is 01 June. About the Conservation Fund


Global Biodiversity Information Facility — Young Researchers Award 2018

The GBIF invites proposals for the Young Researchers Award to foster innovative research and discovery in biodiversity informatics. GBIF will present awards of €5 thousand each to one master’s student and one doctoral student. Students must apply through and be nominated by a Head of Delegation of a GBIF participant country. The deadline for nominations is 15 June 2018, although some GBIF national delegations are likely to set earlier deadlines. More


Rotary Foundation — Masters Studies in Water and Sanitation 2018

The Rotary Foundation partners with UNESCO to offer funding for masters studies in water and sanitation. Applicants for Rotary’s support must be provisionally admitted to one of the three participating degree programs at UNESCO’s Institute for Water Education (IHE). Students apply via their local Rotary club or district. Each award is approximately €34 thousand, paid directly to UNESCO-IHE. The application deadline is 15 June of each year. About the Application Process


Raptor Research Foundation — Grants and Awards for 2018

The RRF offers seven categories of grants and awards to members and non-members of the Raptor Research Foundation. Each award or grant has different submission requirements and deadlines. The Amadon, Tully, and Brown grants support raptor research internationally. Past grants include several on raptors in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Grants in these categories range from US$500 to US$1,400. Applications are due 30 June of each year. Link



Inquiries and/or Applications Accepted Anytime

Korea International Cooperation Agency – Training, Technical Assistance, and Project Funding

KOICA accepts requests for training, technical assistance, and project funding from governments, NGOs, universities, and other organizations in partner countries for development assistance. It also accepts requests from individuals for training. KOICA publishes forms in English to facilitate requests for project funding; equipment; training in country; training in Korea; the services of Korean volunteers; and the services of Korean technical experts. There is no application deadline. Find out more here


Noel Buxton Trust — Promoting Livelihoods in Africa

The Noel Buxton Trust makes grants up to £5 thousand per year for up to three years for projects in Africa that promote economic development, or that support the care of street children. Past recent projects in the theme of economic development include examples in livestock raising, aquaculture, and credit for women-led businesses. The Trust especially welcomes applications in support of initiatives that help build sustainable futures in the semi-arid areas of Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Sudan, and South Sudan. The Trust invites applications from registered civil society organisations in Africa, and from UK-based charities — including from diaspora organisations based in the UK – for projects in the priority countries. Applications can be submitted at any time. More


New Zealand Aid Program — Pacific Island Countries Participation Fund

The PIC Fund aims to increase attendance by Pacific Island citizens at regional and international conferences, where their attendance will strengthen ownership of regional and international development processes. The designated conference must be consistent with the objectives of the New Zealand Aid program, which include themes in agriculture, fisheries, renewable energy, resilience, and others. The PIC Fund accepts applications from legally incorporated organizations in the Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, French Polynesia, the Fiji Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, New Caledonia, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, the Republic of Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Wallis and Futuna. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Click here to know more


Akvo — Funding for Water Projects

Akvo manages an online marketplace to connect development projects and programs that require financial support with donors who supply the funding. Focus areas include water and sanitation, among others. Projects are displayed online. Financial contributors of all kinds (e.g., companies, individuals, and others) choose which projects to support. More


Arcus Foundation — Great Apes Program

Arcus makes grants to promote the survival of great apes in the wild and in sanctuaries that offer safety from invasive research and other forms of exploitation. Grants focus on activities that impact gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans, bonobos, and gibbons. The grants program is open to organizations worldwide. Arcus invites initial funding concepts at any time. Link


Urgent Action Fund Africa — Rapid Response Fund for African Women

Urgent Action Fund Africa (UAF-Africa) is a rapid response fund to offer financial and technical resources at critical moments of need to African women’s organizations. Grants are made in five categories, including one category on natural resources governance & climate change. The Fund aims to respond to most urgent requests within 24 hours. Grants are up to US$12 thousand. Applications can be submitted in five languages (English, French, Swahili, Arabic, Portuguese) at any time. About


Volkswagen Foundation — Research Workshops and Summer Schools in Sub-Saharan Africa

In its research program “Knowledge for Tomorrow,” the Volkswagen Foundation funds research projects of African scientists in cooperation with partners in Germany. The program supports research across all disciplines. To aid with project proposals and development, the Volkswagen Foundation makes grants for workshops, symposia, and summer schools in Africa to help partners discuss and agree on research priorities and approaches. Applications for workshops and summer schools can be submitted at any time in consultation with the Foundation’s contact person for the program. Explore


Jana Robeyst Trust Fund — Small Grants for Conservation in Africa

The Jana Robeyst Trust Fund provides financial resources for non-profit organisations and individuals to carry out conservation research in Sub-Saharan Africa. Priority will be given to projects related to the conservation of forest elephants. Applicants can be based anywhere in the world. Funding is up to 1,500 Euros per applicant. The Fund accepts applications throughout the year. About the Fund


Energy Foundation — China Sustainable Energy Program

The Foundation’s China Sustainable Energy Program makes grants for planning, policies, research, and training to improve energy efficiency and to reduce air pollution and carbon emissions in China. Grant eligibility extends to organizations in China and the USA. They include research institutes and foundations; universities; professional organizations, societies, and academies; energy technology centers; policy groups and think tanks; state-owned energy companies; regulatory agencies; and NGOs. Applications are accepted continuously. Link


David and Lucile Packard Foundation — Conservation and Science

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation funds projects for conservation and science in themes that include climate change, ocean conservation, food security, and others. The Foundation makes grants to charitable, educational, and scientific organizations in the USA and other countries. Most grants range from US$20 thousand to US$500 thousand. Potential applicants should consult Packard’s website for the criteria, guidelines, and restrictions of grant making. There is no calendar deadline. What the Foundation funds


Violet Jabara Charitable Trust — Grants for Projects in the Middle East

The Violet Jabara Trust supports organizations working in the developing countries of the Middle East to promote sustainable economic development, as well as reproductive health and women’s welfare. The Trust’s thematic interests include environmental issues, among others. Priority countries are Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Palestine (Occupied Territories), Yemen, Egypt and North Africa. Countries further afield (such as the Gulf countries, Sudan, or Afghanistan) may be considered, but will not be given priority. Eligibility for grants extends to nonprofit groups in the USA and internationally, with preference for small local organizations. There is no deadline for submitting letters of inquiry. Link


International Conservation Fund of Canada — Partnerships in Tropical Conservation

The International Conservation Fund of Canada (ICFC) works to conserve nature in the tropics and other priority areas worldwide. ICFC does not offer grants or donations. However, it invites proposals for conservation projects, either at the idea stage or as developed proposals. ICFC generally works with local partner NGOs, who carry out project activities through an agency agreement. Additionally, ICFC sometimes collaborates with peer international conservation organizations, especially on land acquisitions. Potential partners should consult ICFC’s eligibility checklist. Inquiries can be submitted at any time. Link


SECTION B:  Updated Profiles of Grant Makers

The Terra Viva Grants Directory reviews grant makers on a calendar cycle. The profiles of grant-making foundations and NGOs are updated mainly during January-June. The profiles of international and government grant makers are updated mainly during September-December. The grant makers below were updated recently (since 16 November 2017).


SECTION C:  New Grant Makers Added to Profiles

These grant makers are newly included among the profiles of the Terra Viva Grants Directory (since 16 November 2017).


SECTION D:  Announcements This Month

None this month.

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