[Bid-community] GBIF opens final BID call for proposals from sub-Saharan Africa
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Wed Feb 22 10:05:00 CET 2017
Bien reçu. Merci pour l'information.
Le 22 févr. 2017 9:35 AM, "Kyle Copas" <kcopas at gbif.org> a écrit :
> Dear colleagues,
> I want to alert you that GBIF is now inviting the submission of concept
> notes for project funding from sub-Saharan Africa under for the Biodiversity
> Information for Development (BID) <http://www.gbif.org/bid> programme.
> The deadline for submissions is *9 April 2017*, midnight CET / 2300
> The total potential funding assigned to this call is €400,000, and
> applicants successful in this round will receive invitations to submit full
> proposals in May 2017.
> *Read the complete calls for Africa in **English*
> <http://bid.gbif.org/en/calls/africa-2017/introduction>*, French
> <http://bid.gbif.org/fr/calls/africa-2017/introduction> and **Portuguese*
> <http://bid.gbif.org/pt/calls/africa-2017/introduction> (coming soon)
> This call, like those that preceded it, seeks projects that will:
> - Mobilize biodiversity data relating to protected areas, threatened
> species, and invasive alien species
> - Use and extend best practices for digitizing natural history
> collections and mobilizing other biodiversity data
> - Apply biodiversity data in support of decision-making and research
> - Develop lasting national, regional or thematic networks to support
> ongoing data sharing and reuse
> Types of grants
> In this call, GBIF invites proposals in two categories of grants.
> - *National biodiversity data mobilization grants* that establish or
> strengthen national biodiversity information facilities
> <http://www.gbif.org/resource/80925> and to increase the biodiversity
> data available about the country to respond to national priorities. Up to
> €40,000 will be made available per national grant.
> - *Small biodiversity data mobilization grants* that mobilize
> biodiversity data relevant for biodiversity conservation priorities, with a
> maximum funding of €20,000.
> Application process and timeline
> A panel of international experts with experience in the region will
> evaluate applications through a competitive two-stage process.
> - Applicants must submit *initial concept notes* using the provided
> <http://bid.gbif.org/raw/BID-Concept-Note-Template-Africa-2017.docx> by
> 9 April 2017.
> - Based on the panels’ recommendations, GBIF will invite a select
> group of applicants to prepare *full proposals*, expected to be due in
> July 2017.
> - Following the panel’s final review and selection, *funded projects* will
> start in October 2017. GBIF expects to announce these projects publicly by
> November 2017.
> The concept note template and accompanying guidelines are available for
> both types of grant on the BID grantseekers’ site <http://bid.gbif.org/>.
> The first round of BID project funding provided nearly €1 million to 23
> projects in sub-Saharan Africa
> Recipients include 34 organizations from 20 African countries, whose
> projects earned selection from an initial pool of 143 initial proposals.
> Selected applicants to the recent calls for proposals from the Caribbean
> and Pacific have received an invitation to submit full proposals later this
> week (26 February).
> Please direct any questions you have to BID at gbif.org.
> Best regards,
> *Kyle Copas*
> +45 35 32 14 75 <+45%2035%2032%2014%2075> | mobile +45 28 75 14 75
> <+45%2028%2075%2014%2075> | Skype kylecopas
> *GBIF Secretariat *Universitetsparken 15
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