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The Donors' Initiative for Mediterranean Freshwater Ecosystems (DIMFE) is awarding grants to initiatives that take a holistic approach while considering local and cultural factors, such as the inclusion of socioeconomic benefits for the community at large, the promotion of cultural practices that are good for the environment, and respect for gender and ethnicity.

One of the key concerns of the twenty-first century is the management of water resources. The Donors' Initiative for Mediterranean Freshwater Ecosystems (DIMFE) was established by the MAVA Foundation, Aage V. Jensen Charity Foundation, and Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation to address the issues affecting freshwater ecosystems. It is an initiative devoted to the preservation and restoration of all freshwater ecosystems in the Mediterranean, including rivers, lakes, marshes, and peatlands. 


Themes 

  • Biodiversity preservation and freshwater ecosystem restoration. 
  • Water resource usage and management that is sustainable. 
  • Creation and application of sustainable funding techniques for the preservation of freshwater ecosystems and sustainable water use.

DIMFE will provide funding for initiatives that take a comprehensive approach, considering local and cultural factors such as the inclusion of socioeconomic benefits for the community, the development of cultural traditions that are good for the environment, and respect for gender and ethnicity. 

Financial Details 
  • Monetary assistance ranging from €100,000 to €500,000. 
  • Normally, DIMFE's contribution shouldn't go over 75% of the project's overall budget. If the funding proposal is for more than €300,000, 25% co-financing (non-in-kind) is required. 
  • The first quarter of 2023 is when projects must begin, and they can only last three years.
Potential Projects

Projects that satisfy the following criteria will be chosen by the Executive Committee: 

  • Without regard to location, projects must be placed within the Mediterranean basin.
  • Projects must result in effects that are felt locally. 
  • Projects must adhere to the aforementioned budget and concepts. 
  • Single-person projects won't be taken into consideration. 

Eligibility criteria 
  • NGOs, local governments, municipalities, privately owned ecological transition firms with fewer than 20 employees, and scientific institutes are the criteria.
Source: fundsforngos 

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