Friday, May 30, 2008

U.S. wildlife management funding

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Wildlife Without Borders - Africa (WWB-Africa) program has announced a call for proposals. WWB-Africa funds projects designed to strengthen human and institutional capacity to manage and conserve species, habitats, and ecological process for the benefit of the people of Africa and the world. Proposals received before June 15, 2008 will be reviewed prior to the end of the US government fiscal year ending September 30th. Program guidelines and application procedures for Wildlife Without Borders - Africa are available on the web site. The entire application must be sent as one file (a single doc or pdf containing the signed cover page, text of the proposal, maps, budget, government letters of endorsement, etc. Submit completed application by email to: Direct questions and any correspondence to: Dirck Byler, Program Officer, Great Ape Conservation Fund – Africa, Wildlife Without Borders – Africa, Branch of Near East, South Asia, and Africa, Division of International Conservation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, [22/05/08].

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