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    Rapid Action Grants available

    As a part of our SOS African Wildlife initiative, funded by the European Union, we are inviting proposals for Rapid Action Grants to respond to threats linked to the COVID-19 crisis and its consequences.

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    With so many conservation organisations, it can be difficult to choose the right partner. Find out how IUCN Save Our Species can help you deliver the biggest impact for threatened species

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    IUCN calls for halt to species decline by 2030

    11 October 2019 | The Abu Dhabi Call for Global Species Conservation Action appeals to the world’s governments, international agencies and the private sector to halt species decline and prevent human-driven extinctions by 2030, and to improve the conservation status of threatened species with a view to bringing about widespread recovery by 2050. 

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As part of our SOS African Wildlife initiative, we are accepting applications for Rapid Action Grants from projects responding to threats linked to COVID-19 crisis and its consequences. Funding of up to EUR 100,000 is available.
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Explore IUCN Save Our Species projects across the world on our interactive map. Search by country or species and find out more about all the incredible projects we have supported over the years.
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Species of animals and plants protected
75
Countries where projects operate
110
Civil Society Organisations supported
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