To all Vietnam C4C participants
This is a gentle reminder that the deadline for the Part 1 C4C small grant’s program is October 22nd. Please could you let me know if you are considering submitting. I will be away on vacation from September 22nd through October 8th. If you need any assistance with your application during that period please reach out to my colleague, Kate Mannle (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Van/Huyen. You should have received the template/what good looks like which I/Van sent a couple of weeks ago and which you will also find on this platform
Warmest best wishes
After a month of training for Farming Bio Diversity CCS in Vietnam, we are sharing the technologies to the farmers by conducting Clusters Meeting in the Community and seek farmers that will be a model for the Living Bio-Beds.
Here is a link to the Whitley Awards scheme.. Nominate your Conservation Hero here: https://whitleyaward.org/apply-for-conservation-funding/how-to-apply/.
When we hear of awards or opportunities like this we will post them to this platform... another reason why participants are encouraged to join, use and frequently visit us here
Note this award is not related to Rare's work, but The Whitley Fund for Nature is a fantastic organization and is a fundraising and grant-giving nature conservation charity offering recognition, training and grants to support the work of proven grassroots conservation leaders in developing countries
Why not nominate someone for the award? In 2017, one of Rare's local partners (Indira Lacerna-Widmann from the Philippines) received the award and flew to the UK to accept it from Princess Anne — see https://whitleyaward.org/winners/partnering-prisoners-safeguard-critically-endangered-philippine-cockatoo/
Take a look at these short videos on some of the other recent C4C trainings. The first from Nepal was produced by the German TV channel Deutsche Welle: https://www.dw.com/en/in-nepal-puppets-teach-eco-friendly-farming-methods/a-45251532 while the second is produced by Rare staff from the Ecuador campaign (narration in Spanish):
Thank you Paul for continues update. On September 8 , 2018, I will be coducting basic living bio beds training in one of our community in Legaspi City in partnership with Good Shepherd Homes. Most of the members are rural women. These women are so enthusiastic to hear about this technology and are also willing to adopt it. I'll just send updates after the activity. With regards to proposal submission, I'm still waiting for the final word from our national office whether to submit or not. Rest assured that I , as C4C trainee, will continue to help in the campaign on living biobeds and will provide you regular updates on this.
Power to the peasants!