The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund has the aim of providing $150 million to preserving the most threatened and biologically significant areas of the world over five years. The fund provides financial help, technical expertise and support, information and field knowledge to community, grassroots and non-governmental organizations in developing countries primarily.
The fund was created by Conservation International, the Global Environment Facility, the MacArthur Foundation, the Government of Japan, and the World Bank, each of which pledged $25 million dollars to the fund. They set the fund up in the understanding that strategic alliances can do more to save the environment that double efforts by individual organizations. You can find out more about what they have achieved so far by clicking the link below.
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