Wildlife Conservation Society Research Fellowship Program

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Wildlife Conservation Society Research Fellowship Program: The Research Fellowship Program (RFP) is administered by WCS-Global Conservation’s Training & Capacity Building Program and jointly funded by the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP).

The Research Fellowship Program (RFP) is a small grants program designed to build capacity for the next generation of conservationists through supporting individual field research projects that have a clear application to the conservation of threatened wildlife and wildlife habitat.

It seeks projects that are based on sound and innovative conservation science and that encourage practices in conservation that can contribute to sustainable development.

Most of the grantees are professional conservationists from the country of research and/or post-graduates pursuing a higher degree.

One of the priorities of the RFP has been to help train applied conservation scientists from developing countries.

The Research Fellowship Program (RFP) supports marine or terrestrial field research in Africa, Asia, and Latin America regardless of the nationality of the applicant.

While all applications to work in Asian, African, and Latin American countries are considered, CLP funding is restricted to nationals from the following countries: Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Libya.

The Research Fellowship Program (RFP) will not limit any eligible individual from applying, however, most of our grantees are:

  • Professional conservationists from the country of research, and/or
  • Post-graduates pursuing a higher degree

    Grants are for up to $25,000, the average grants is $10,500.

    The Research Fellowship Program (RFP) supports projects for only one year, so preference is given to discrete, short-term projects.

    Projects extending beyond one year must highlight achievable goals at the end of the year for which the funding is requested.

    Deadline: March 15 and September 15.

    For more information and application, visit: Wildlife Conservation Society Research Fellowship Program

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