IUCN Save Our Species is designed to be transparent and accountable, while also promoting best practice among its grantees and in the wider conservation community. This resource centre has been created to meet these goals by providing documents, templates and information on processes for grantees' and applicants’ reference. Documents will be added regularly to this section as they become available.
This contains all operating policies and procedures of IUCN Save Our Species as well as all templates in use as of June 2014. Please note that this document is currently under review and a new version will be published in 2019.
In accordance with IUCN social policies, IUCN has established a grievance mechanism to respond to complaints related to the implementation of its projects. The grievance mechanism is designed to enable the receipt of complaints of affected people and public concerns regarding the environmental and social performance of any IUCN projects and applies also to IUCN Save Our Species projects.
BRAND IDENTITY GUIDE
TIME REGISTRATION SYSTEM
PROCUREMENT POLICY AND PRODECURE FOR GRANT RECIPIENTS
Prior to undertaking any purchases of goods or services with Grant funds, grant recipients are required to have institutional procurement policies in effect.
The following documents are available to help beneficiaries of SOS African Wildlife based on prior approval and in accordance with the grant agreement signed with IUCN. The following documents outline how to apply and understand the financial and administrative provisions of the grant agreements.