From the huge Dalmatian Pelican in the Balkans, to vulnerable trees in the Middle East, and nesting turtles in North Africa, the wildlife in developing countries in the Mediterranean Basin has been given a renewed hope of preservation, restoration and protection through a second phase of investment by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), which will be managed by BirdLife International for another five years.

CEPF has indeed decided to reinvest US$10 million in the Mediterranranean, continuing the essential platform for civil society to work on nature conservation. See the results and lessons learned of the previous Mediterranean investment programme

New Calls for Proposals will be announced soon.

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