Small Grants Programme

Small support for long term impact

Since 1986 the Small Grants Programme (SGP) of WWF-Pakistan has been supporting grassroot level organizations and researchers to strengthen efforts to conserve threatened and endangered species and ecosystems.

Under the programme more than 450 projects have been successfully completed.

SGP has supported innovative conservation initiatives for priority species such as marine turtles, snow leopard, Indus River dolphin, sharks and critical ecosystems such as mangroves forests, Indus river delta,coniferous forests. The greatest value of funding is that it enables and builds the capacity of small-scale conservation work as well as environmental research and field projects by individual scientists, research and academic institutions and conservation organizations.

SGP Objectives

  • Address environmental issues by providing technical and financial support in order to build the capacity of small grassroots level organizations
  • Empower communities
  • Promote environmental research by strengthening academic, governmental and research-based institutions
  • How to apply

    The SGP proposal form can be downloaded from this page. The applicant organizations can apply to the SGP through email or post by sending the project proposal to the

    PDF files will not be accepted.

    Community organizations can also submit their proposals in Urdu.
    Please provide complete contact information in the project proposal.
    The project without the budget breakup will not be accepted.

    Applications for SGP are evaluated quarterly throughout the year. Deadlines for application submission for 2015 are:

    15th Feburary 2015
    20th June 2015
    15th September 2015
    25th December 2015

    Download Applications Forms and the SGP Brochure

    Project Proposal Form
    Brochure English
    Brochure Urdu
    For further information about SGP
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