Worldwide, IKI Small Grants projects work towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions on a local, regional, and national scale.
Accelerating climate change makes adaptation to the impacts of climate change a necessity. IKI Small Grants projects strengthen resilience and promote solutions that are adapted to each regional context.
IKI Small Grants offers support to preserve and restore forests and other natural carbon sinks with concepts such as Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+).
From wetlands in Colombia to indigenous plant species in Uganda to community forestry in Eastern Himalaya - IKI Small Grants projects contribute to conserving crucial biodiversity hotspots.
Organisations selected by IKI Small Grants not only receive the necessary funding to implement their project idea. They also benefit from active support for capacity development at the institutional level to expand their implementation capacities in the long term.
WELCOME TO THE IKI SMALL GRANTS PROGRAMME
IKI Small Grants supports projects and organisations worldwide that tackle climate change, address local adaptation, and conserve forests and biodiversity. Get to know the programme, learn about funding opportunities, and get inspired by good approaches from IKI Small Grants projects.
This video offers insights about the key criteria when formulating your project objective and project results.
Small organisations are invited to apply from 30 November 2022 to 15 March 2023 for funding.
Video guideline designed for organisations in the climate and biodiversity sector