The Biodiversity Information Fund for Asia will use a financial contribution from Japan's Ministry of the Environment to support regional data-related activities that address key research and policy needs.
The GBIF Secretariat is now accepting proposals for funding under the 2015 Capacity Enhancement Programme, which provides GBIF Participants with co-funding for collaborative, capacity transfer projects.
A new guide that helps generate data for conservation policy using camera trap images is among the major products of a three-year capacity-building project involving GBIF and partners in India and Norway.
The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI), which hosts the GBIF national node, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of the Western Cape (UWC) to underpin development of a post-graduate research hub for biodiversity information management.
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