WHERE WE WORK

Bahamas

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An internationally recognized biodiversity hotspot, Antigua and Barbuda is particularly known for its marine and coastal environment. The islands and their waters support a number of globally and regionally important habitats and species. The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund supports projects that substantially contribute to healthy marine and terrestrial ecosystems, natural and human communities adaptive and resilient to change, and sustained ecosystems for future generations.
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Local Partners and Beneficiaries

With funding from the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund, implementing organizations execute projects on the ground to create meaningful positive impact within the region.
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Bahamas Protected Areas Fund

Our Work in the Country

From land to sea, the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund provides financing for projects that ensure healthy marine biodiversity and green infrastructure for The Bahamas.
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USAID’s Sustainable Financing for Caribbean Regional Conservation Project

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USAID’s Sustainable Financing for Caribbean Regional Conservation Project

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Effective Marine Protected Area Activities for the Caribbean (EMPAC) Project

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Community-Based Ecological Mangrove Restoration Training

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Mangroves Harvesting and Replanting Project Dover’s Sound, Grand Bahama

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Restoring and Building Climate Resilience at Rand Nature Centre (RNC)

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Hurricane Dorian Small and Medium Marine Debris Removal on Man-O-War Cay, Abaco

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Solarizing the UB-North Marine and Environments Science Field Station, formerly the UN-North Main Campus

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Strengthening of Forests Through Groundwater Restoration

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Saving Abaco’s Dolphins after Hurricane Dorian

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Improving Sustainability and Building Resilience at an Abaco High School through the Installation of a Solar Photovoltaic System

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Establishment of a Seedling Nursery for Critical Forest Species and Replanting for Forest Recovery and Restoration on Grand Bahama

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Post Dorian Assessments and Strategic Restoration of Mangroves Shorelines of the Little Bahama Bank

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Rebounding from Hurricane Dorian, the Abaco National Park Road to Recovery

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Preventing a Coral Pandemic – Research, Monitoring, and Restoration of Reefs faced with Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) in The Bahamas

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Caribbean Regional Architecture for Biodiversity (CRAB)

Other Countries

Learn more about the work that we do in other countries in the Caribbean.