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G r a n t s P r o g r amm e Our greatest success for this fiscal, for which we are very proud, occurred during the first and second quarters of fiscal year 2011-2012. This is the reengineering of the Grants Manual which was finalized, approved and presented to stakeholders. Some key features in the Manual include: allowing multiple organizations to merge to apply for larger grants, revamping the scholarship programme to an Environmental Fellowship at the Masters level focusing on specific disciplines, and instituting a multi-tiered granting scheme. This is directly in line with our 2011-2016 Strategic Plan. This fiscal year (2011-2012) PACT awarded a total of 30 New Grants to various ogranizations. Large Grants • 1 Medium-Sized Grants • 3 Small Grants • 3 Environmental Support Grants • 5 Capacity Building Grants • 13 Environmental Donations • 4 Planning Grants • 1

2 0 1 1 - 2 0 1 2 i n v e sm e n ts Project Grants - $1,932,336.00 Capacity Building - $49, 934.00 Promotion and Awareness - $52, 022.00 Networking REDLAC/IUCN - $85,982.00 Total Investments . $2,120,274.00

Project Grants Small Grants | Medium-Sized Grants | Large Grants Environmental Support Grants | Planning Grants | Financial Aid Grants

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The purpose of PACT’s Grants Programme is to support protected areas projects through four funding areas: Protected Areas Management and Conservation | Protected Areas Promotion and Development | Environmental Education and Awareness | Community Development around Protected Areas

Capacity Building Grants Research Grants | Environmental Fellowships | Capacity Development Grants [Individual Professional Development Grants, Local Workshop/ Seminar Implementation Grants]

Annual Report 2011 - 2012  

PACT's Annual Report 2011 - 2012