The CEBioS programme being funded by the Belgian Ministry of Cooperation, projects will have to clearly show how they aim to achieve both the Aichi targets (established within the CBD towards 2020) and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Taxonomic research related to the following subjects will be encouraged: agriculture, fisheries, pollution mitigation, pollination, food, health, invasive species, pests and forest management.
Eligible countries for 2019: Benin* - Burkina Faso* - Burundi* – Cambodia - Cote d'Ivoire - DR Congo* - Ghana - Guinea* - Guinea Bissau - Kenya – Mali* - Morocco* - Niger* - Palestinian Territory* - Rwanda* - Tanzania* - Togo - Uganda* - Vietnam. Priority is given to projects taking place in countries belonging to priority partner countries of the Belgian governmental cooperation (with an asterisk in the above list).
We highly encourage women applications!
Deadline to apply: Sunday 2 June 2019.