Champion Conservation with the Whitley Awards for Mid-Career Conservationists in the Global South 2024

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Passionate about conservation? The Whitley Awards 2024 offer an exceptional opportunity for mid-career conservationists in the Global South to take their efforts to new heights with a substantial grant.

About the Program:
The Whitley Awards are presented annually to mid-career conservationists who demonstrate outstanding commitment to biodiversity conservation. The awards, managed by the Whitley Fund for Nature (WFN), aim to recognize the work of conservationists from the Global South and support their ongoing efforts to preserve our planet’s biodiversity.

General Eligibility Requirements:
Applicants should be national citizens residing in the countries where their conservation work is carried out. They must be leading a project focusing on wildlife conservation in the Global South and have at least five years of experience in the field. They must also have a good track record showing their commitment to community-based conservation.

Geographic Focus:
The Whitley Awards are open to conservationists from the Global South, including countries in Latin America, Africa, and parts of Asia.

Winners of the Whitley Awards receive a prize worth £40,000 in project funding over one year. This not only offers financial support but also brings international recognition, boosts the individual’s profile, and provides a platform to amplify their conservation message.

Application Page URL:
For more information and to apply for the Whitley Awards, please visit this page

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