Deadline: September 25, 2011.
Foundation for Ecological Security (FES) is pleased to announce a fellowship program that supports activities / research by individuals from the 8 North Eastern states on governance and conservation of the rich biodiversity values of the region.
Support will be provided for (but not restricted to) efforts that promote issues of:
A. Governance of natural resources.
B. Community conserved areas.
C. Biodiversity beyond protected areas.
A. Would be up to Rs. 2,00,000/- (two lakhs) and for a maximum period of 18 (eighteen) months.
B. Encourage individuals eager to comprehend and conserve the biodiversity values of the region. They could be engaged in employment (full time / part time) / pursuing academics or otherwise.
C. Would favour activities that lead towards field level conservation while age and academic qualifications are not a bar.
Applications can be sent to email@example.com and should include curriculum vitae of the applicant, detailed proposal and justification on how the actions would benefit conservation. Candidates are encouraged to share reports, images, web-links and write-ups of their earlier efforts.
FES requests friends to share information on the fellowship and welcomes enquires at firstname.lastname@example.org / 02692 261402 / 0 89782 79595.