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PUBLIC CALL FOR SMALL GRANTS APPLICATION UNDER USAID FUNDED HARIYO BAN PROGRAM TO ALL ELIGIBLE STUDENTS PERUSING THEIR BACHELOR’S/MASTER’S/PHD DEGREE.

The Hariyo Ban Program is designed to benefit nature and people in Nepal,  and is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The program is implemented by a consortium of four partners: World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Nepal as prime recipient; the Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE); the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC); and the Federation of Community Forestry Users, Nepal (FECOFUN). The first phase was implemented from 2011 to 2016; a second phase will run for another five years. The second phase will build on the foundation of Phase I, applying lessons learned and scaling up promising approaches.  It works on two core interwoven components – biodiversity conservation and climate change adaptation (CCA) including market based livelihoods and gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) and governance, being important cross-cutting themes in two landscapes – Terai Arc Landscape (TAL) and Chitwan Annapurna Landscape (CHAL).  
 
In order to ensure innovation, flexibility and responsiveness; Hariyo Ban Program has a Small Grants Program for GoN agencies, CSOs (NGOs, academic and research institutions, community-based organizations), private sector organizations, consulting firms, individuals, media houses and Students. The Small Grants Program will support capacity building, provide technical assistance, and help grab new opportunities that arise in the fields of biodiversity conservation, CCA, livelihoods, GESI and governance.  
On behalf of the consortium, WWF Nepal invites proposals from all eligible Students who are perusing their Bachelor’s/Master’s/PhD degree. The main objective of this Student Research Grant is to support research or dissertation work of final year students who are in research development and/or data collection phase of their studies. Major themes for the Small Grants Program are: Biodiversity Conservation, Climate change adaptation, Market based livelihood opportunities, Gender equality and social inclusion, Governance, Communications and Outreach, and Monitoring and Evaluation.

Detail guideline and format of the proposal Student grants can be downloaded from the right hand side of this page. Eligible students are requested to submit electronic copies of proposals to hariyobanprogram@wwfnepal.org by 5 PM, 10 September 2018 with ‘Small Grants Program - Student Research Grant’ as the subject and in accordance to the application format and guidelines.

All interested applicants can send their queries to the e-mail address above by 20, August 2018.

Only applicants selected for further consideration will be contacted. Telephone inquiries will not be entertained.
 

Hariyo Ban Program, WWF Nepal
PO Box: 7660, Pavitra Pyara Marg,
Baluwatar, Kathmandu, Nepal