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SGP is a Global Environment Facility (GEF) funded corporate programme implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on behalf of the GEF partnership. UNDP’s role in implementation assures government support within each country as well as links to national development frameworks and priorities. SGP provides grants of up to US$50,000 directly to local communities including indigenous people, community-based organizations and other non-governmental groups for projects in the following areas: Biological DiversityClimate | Land Degradation | Sustainable Forest Management | International Waters | Chemicals. To date, the SGP Malaysia has provided funds to support over seventy NGOs and CBOs through more than one hundred projects.
 

Call for proposal is now Closed: Applications for the Small Grant Programme (SGP) of Malaysia is now CLOSED .    Details
 


 

 

FEATURE: The publication "Partners in sustainable Development: Empowering Civil Societies Through SGP", highlights Malaysia's experience in the Small Grants Programme (SGP) over the past ten years. Twenty projects were selected to provide good practise examples on translating the outcomes of local level interventions into policies. More


NEWS: On 21 Mar, 2014
United Nations Secretary General’s Message on International Day of Forests.  Forests are the lungs of our planet. They cover one-third of all land area, and are home to 80 per cent of terrestrial biodiversity. They are crucial for addressing a multitude of sustainable development imperatives, from poverty eradication to food security, from mitigating and adapting to climate change to reducing disaster risk.     More
NEWS: On 03 Mar, 2014
Let’ s Go Wild for Wildlife! SGP welcomes the first World Wildlife Day.   World Wildife Day, which was celebrated on March 3rd, 2014 for the first time, honors the many beautiful and varied forms of wild fauna and flora and raises awareness about the wide-ranging ecosystem benefits they provide. This day was chosen to commemorate the signing of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and draw attention to "the urgent need to step up the fight against wildlife crime, which has wide-ranging economic, environmental and social impacts" (UN).     More
 

 

"Partners in Sustainable Development: Empowering Civil Societies through SGP Malaysia" - read more as an e-book or PDF download here . . .