Conservation and Research Fund news

Due to personal reasons, Christine Booth has regrettably decided to stand down as Chair of the CRF sub-committee. OSME would like to take this opportunity to thank her for all of the work she did to ‘professionalise’ the operation of the CRF. A replacement chair will be appointed shortly. On a more positive note, Maxim Koshkin has now joined the sub-committee and will be advising on applications to the fund from a Central Asian perspective.

OSME is also pleased to announce that the ‘average’ level of grant awarded by the CRF has now been increased to £1,000 and larger grants, up to £3000, will also be considered – see the Conservation page for details of how to apply.

3 Responses

  1. SAMUEL NDUNG'U says:

    Have an interest in saving birds in Kenya -specifically in Kinangop Plateau – one of the areas known worldwide to host diverse type of birds but under their existence being threatened. Advice and whether we are eligible to CRF funding programme.

  2. Mr.Luke Saboi says:

    Please send me the application form to apply for small grant for my Bird Conservation Project

  3. Catherine Nchingula says:

    With the interest and enthusiasm that i have in saving birds in Malawi especially those that are endangered, please send me the application form. I want to apply for a small grant for my bird conservation project.

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