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The European Union’s Euroclima+ program, together with Spain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expertise France, has issued two new calls for proposals for governments and institutions in Latin America.
The first is to support projects for Disaster Risk Reduction (droughts and floods) under the framework of the Euroclima+ program. Applications will be accepted by email until 30 September 2017. For information in Spanish about how to apply, please visit this link from Spain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
The second call for proposals aims to support Forestry, Biodiversity, and Ecosystems programs. Applications will be accepted until 18:00 Paris time on 26 September 2017. More information about how to apply is available in Spanish at this link on the website of the French Agency for International Technical Cooperation.
Euroclima is a regional cooperation program between the European Union and Latin America, focused on climate change. The Program's objective is to facilitate the integration of climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies and measures into Latin American public development policies and plans. For more information about the program, visit the Euroclima website.