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About the Grants

The Rufford Foundation is a UK registered charity which funds nature conservation projects across the developing world. To date the Foundation has awarded grants to over 3000 projects in 155 countries.

There are five stages of funding and applications from conservationists are welcome through the dedicated website.

Through its Conference programme, the Foundation encourages the sharing of knowledge and best practice throughout the conservation world.


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Read the news from the Rufford Small Grants Foundation and supported projects. You can see the latest updates from projects here.

Deadline for Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) - 28th November 2016.

Mon, 21/11/2016 - 12:51

The deadline for Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) funding applications is fast approaching – 28th November 2016.

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RSG Conferences 2017

Fri, 19/08/2016 - 10:31

We are looking to hold small, in country conferences with past recipients particularly in (Cambodia, Russia, Botswana, Namibia, and Mozambique).If you would like to organise one please contact:

Alternatively, these are the up and coming conferences and contact details:

January 2017 - Recife, Brazil - Contact Pedro Henrique Pereira:

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Tracks in a Tiger Economy

Tue, 14/06/2016 - 06:50

Malaysia has a decision to make: industrialization in the short-term or environmental preservation for the long-term. "Tracks in a Tiger Economy" looks at the challenges of protecting the endangered Malayan tiger in the wild, and demonstrates the vital connection between wildlife conservation and sustainable socio-economic development for this Southeast Asian nation.

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