In order to apply for a grant, potential applicants need to register and submit a proposal through the SOS Online Application Tool that can be accessed through the link below. Both Rapid Action Grants and Threatened Species Grants can be submitted through the system. Each application will need to consist of:
- A general project description inserted directly in the Online Application Tool interface
- A project proposal (separate templates exist for Rapid Action and Threatened Species Grants)
- A project budget (separate templates exist for Rapid Action and Threatened Species Grants)
- A logical framework for the project (the same template applies to both Rapid Action and Threatened Species Grants)
- Any additional / supplementary documents required (evidence of partnerships, matching funds, authorizations, land ownership, maps, images etc.).
All required instructions and background documents are posted on this page. Potential applicants are invited to read all the information available in order to confirm they are eligible for funding under SOS. Second time applicants will note that a number of modifications have been made to the Detailed Instructions for Applicants, application templates and the SOS Online Application Tool since the first SOS Call for Proposals. They are thus invited to familiarize themselves with the updated information before starting to prepare any applications.