- Éligible pour postuler : Les organisations de la société civile (OSC) locales et enregistrées au Mali.
- Le projet peut inclure 1) des activités de plaidoyer pour la justice énergétique au niveau national ou régional, 2) le développement de solutions communautaires d'énergie renouvelable dans les communautés rurales des régions de Bougouni, Koulikoro ou Sikasso, ou 3) d’aborder les deux thèmes.
- Durée du projet : de 9 à 24 mois, démarrage au plus tôt en octobre 2022.
CALL FOR PROJECT CONCEPT PAPERS
ON BIOCULTURAL RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
Eligible country: Kenya (with potential Eastern African regional linkages)
Siemenpuu Foundation calls for project proposals to support the biocultural rights of indigenous communities and their biocultural life-heritages as adapted to their local environments.
We are facing the ongoing catastrophic loss of biodiversity, as the global commitments have not turned into action or have not been enough. All UN member states except the US have ratified the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) that was conceived in the Earth Summit in 1992. Will the 2022 UN Biodiversity Conference in April 2022 in Kunming, China, be able to change the situation and make a global commitment and ambitious targets for 2030 as well as a sufficient action plan?
Call for small-scale renewable electricity projects in Mali, Myanmar and Nepal
– DL for concept papers: 21 March 2021
Siemenpuu Foundation and EKOenergy Climate Fund call for project proposals to enhance capacities of the civil society actors to plan, implement, manage and maintain community level renewable energy projects, and to establish renewable electricity installations, aiming at alleviating energy poverty and social inequality in Mali, Myanmar and Nepal.
Siemenpuu's staff, Board chairpersons and trainee wish to everyone in the South and the North
WARM SEASON'S GREETINGS, PEACEFUL CHRISTMAS and HEALTHY AND HAPPY NEW YEAR 2021 !
Civil society views from India, Mali, Mozambique and Nepal
Anabela Lemos from JA! (Mozambique), Ibrahim Togola from MFC (Mali), Ritu Priya from SADED (India) and Uddhab Pyakurel from SADED-Nepal (Nepal) shared their views in the Siemenpuu webinar on 27 May 2020. Below are the main issues discussed by the invited speakers.
Anabela Lemos, Justiça Ambiental (JA!), Mozambique:
Dear partners and friends,
The unforeseen coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused rapid changes in the societies all over the world. There is a lot of uncertainty about what will happen next.
We hope you all will be able to stay safe and take care of yourselves, your team, your families and communities. Please follow the advice of your government and of the WHO on how we can all act to reduce the spread of the virus.