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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.
SGP Country Programme Strategy (SGP CPS).
SGP CPS document serves as a framework for the country programme operations and provides a programmatic guidance for development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the GEF SGP in Malaysia.

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This publication is output under The Global Support Initiative to Indigenous Peoples and Community-Conserved Territories and Areas (ICCA-GSI) is funded by the Government of Germany, through its Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and delivered by the GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP). Key partners include the Secretariat of the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD), the ICCA Consortium, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Global Programme on Protected Areas (IUCN GPAP) and the United Nations Environment Programme’s World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP WCMC)”.
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  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

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