The Pacific Community (SPC) and the Pacific Regional Environment Program (SPREP) invite you to explore the objectives of the Kiwa Initiative's "Call for Ideas for Regional Projects 2022". On 15 and 17 December (8:00 – 10:00am Noumea Time), join one of two regional webinars to learn more about the Initiative and the eligibility criteria of the call for proposals.
The Kiwa Initiative, which supports climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation projects in the Pacific using Nature-based Solutions*, has launched a new call for ideas for regional projects. Grants ranging from 1.5 to 5 million euros are open to regional projects designed to strengthen the resilience of the communities, ecosystems and economies of Pacific Island Countries and Territories. The call for ideas will end on April 4 th, 2022.
Responsible for technical assistance for regional projects, the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Pacific Regional Environment Program (SPREP) invite you to participate in a regional webinar to present the challenges and specificities of this new call for project on: December 15 and 17, 2021 - 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Noumea time).
This event will present and discuss:
- the scope of the Initiative and eligibility criteria of the call,
- the Nature-based Solutions as an efficient tool for climate change adaptation,
- the technical assistance your country or territory is eligible to, with practical feedback from the previous 2021 call for projects,
- the concept note template and the way the different items are drafted.
The webinar will last two hours, including substantial time for Q&A, and will be organised in English with French interpretation.
Information on the "Call for ideas for regional projects 2022": https://bit.ly/3r5uSDw
Ludovic Branlant, SPC's Kiwa Regional Project Development Coordinator | [email protected]