the environmental foundation of jamaica (efj) is the largest grant-maker in jamaica and works to catalyze on-the-ground change in environmental conservation and child survival and development. born out of a creative “debt-swap” between the governments of the united states and jamaica, the efj received approximately us$21.39 million between 1993 and 2012 under this arrangement.
*where planting or the maintenance of tree cover is a component of the project proposal the utilisation of species deemed to be alien invasive, and included in the list provided by the forestry department, is strictly prohibited. (please see our website for list of invasive species www.efj.org.jm). at least 50% native species must be included.
efj grant application form (ga4) the environmental foundation of jamaica (efj) in collaboration with the forestry department, through funding provided by the european union (eu), presents this call for proposals under the national forestry management and conservation plan (nfmcp 2016-2026). (applicant summary .
duplicate to the efj office address, or by email ([email protected]) no later than 3:30 pm on the last date published for the call (friday, october 19, 2007). as grant awards are made on the merit of the proposal, please ensure that the information recorded is clear and accurate, and justifies your request.
Earth Today | EFJ’s new call for proposals aims to
in recognition of the particular challenges they face, the efj will give special consideration to women's groups and vulnerable groups. proposals must be signed and submitted to the efj office at 1b norwood avenue, kingston, or by email at [email protected], no later than 3:30 p.m. on friday, june 29.
EFJ Call for Proposals under the Special Climate Change
the environmental foundation of jamaica (efj) in collaboration with the ministry of economic growth and job creation (megjc), has issued a call for proposals under the special climate change adaptation fund (sccaf).
Environmental Foundation Of Jamaica – Do Good Jamaica
email: [email protected]. services provided. grant maker. by the end of 2012, the foundation would have managed over us$20million dollars and over 1,200 grant awards, with at least 60% going to community environmental initiatives. financial management for environmental development.
IISD Summary of the Twenty-fifth Annual - isa.org.jm
iisd press release | 4 march 2019 the first part of the 25th session of the international seabed authority (isa) began with the council meeting, held from 25 february - 1 march 2019 in kingston, jamaica. it will be followed by a meeting of the legal and technical commission (ltc) from 4-15 march 2019. the council addressed the draft exploitation regulations on deep-seabed
Twenty-fifth Annual Session of ISA | International Seabed
press release | 25 february 2019 the first part of the 25th annual session of the international seabed authority (isa) will consist of a meeting of the isa council convening from 25 february-1 march 2019 and a meeting of the legal and technical commission (ltc) from 4-15 march 2019, in kingston, jamaica. the meeting arrangement follows the revised schedule, decided at the