WHERE WE WORK

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

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Rugged and mountainous with steep slopes and fertile yellow earth, volcanic ash, alluvial soils, and low, dry hills surrounded by extensive coral reefs St. Vincent and the Grenadines is part of the Caribbean Islands Hotspot.

The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund provides financing for projects that conserve the biodiversity of this beautiful island.

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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.
EbA Grant

University of the West Indies – Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies

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The Centre for Livelihoods, Ecosystems, Energy, Adaptation and Resilience in the Caribbean

EbA Grant

Caribbean Natural Resources Institute

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St.Vincent and the Grenadines Conservation Fund

Our Work in the Country

From islets to cays, the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund provides financing for projects that sustain the healthy marine biodiversity and green infrastructure for St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
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Union Island Climate Change Adaptation: Enhancing resilience of communities and globally important biodiversity through pioneering climate-smart tourism and curbing land-based stressors to coastal areas

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Adapting to a new reality: Managing responses to influxes of sargassum seaweed in the Eastern Caribbean as ecosystem hazards and opportunities (SargAdapt)

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Assessment of the Marine and Coastal Environment Post-Volcanic Eruption

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The rehabilitation and restoration of the Dark View Falls Recreation Park and Owia Salt Pond Recreation Park

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Restoration and Maintenance of the Diablo Beach

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Vetiver Systems Technology (VST) Applications for farmland restoration, land conservation, food security, and sustainable livelihoods for farmers in St. Vincent’s North Leeward Orange Zone

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Reef Restoration of Devil’s Table

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Building a Zero Waste Ecosystem for Enhanced Biodiversity for Birds and People at Belmont Salt Pond

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Enhancement of resource management capacity within the Tobago Cays Marine Park (TCMP)

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Reef replanting and school dive program

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Reef Resilience and Risk Financing in the Greater Caribbean

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The Caribbean Regional Architecture for Biodiversity (CRAB)

Other Countries

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