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Suspension of several IPS grant programmes in the current 2021 call
We sadly have to announce that the IPS Officers have made the difficult decision to suspend several of the IPS grant programmes at this time. The Galante Family Winery Conservation Scholarship, the Charles Southwick Conservation Education Commitment Award, and the Lawrence Jacobsen Education Development Grants will all go ahead so please do send your applications in; however, the current call for Captive care, Conservation, and Research grants has had to be suspended.
IPS Special SARS-CoV-2 Grant Opportunity
Recognizing the exceptional circumstances of primates and primatologists around the world during an historic global pandemic, the International Primatological Society will offer in 2021 a limited number of small grants for primatologists conducting research, educational,conservation or welfare activities related to.
The Conservation Committee of IPS is soliciting applications of up to $1,500 to support the development of primate conservation field programs. The committee is expecting to distribute up to $10,000 this year. If you plan to include community conservation in your program you may be eligible for an additional Conservation through Community Involvement (CCI) award of $500. Please see the form for more information.
If you have any questions regarding this award please contact IPS Vice President for Conservation, Tanya Humle.
Application Deadline is annually on March 1st
Please see the Frequently Asked Questions file (below) to learn more about the opportunity to receive help with the English in your application. Deadline for this assistance is February 1st.
(Note - if you do not receive confirmation of receipt of your application within 2 weeks of submission, please contact the VP listed above.)
The Galante Family Winery Conservation Scholarship
Proposals are solicited from citizens of primate habitat countries for the Galante Family Winery Conservation Scholarship. The scholarship monies (up to $2500) are to be used for primate conservation education and training. This may include such activities as transportation to a training course or educational program, course or event fees, and/or expenses during the event period.
Follow this link for more information.