Annual contributions from Contracting Parties
The General Trust Fund of AEWA receives its revenue from the mandatory annual contributions from the Parties to the Agreement, in accordance with Resolution 7.12. It covers the core administrative costs of the Secretariat (i.e. salaries, travel, office operation and maintenance) and part of the costs of the Meeting of the Parties and its subsidiary bodies, the Standing Committee and the Technical Committee. The General Trust Fund contains only very limited budget provisions for implementation purposes.
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This information is updated weekly.
Voluntary contributions from donors
Most of the AEWA projects and activities to implement the Agreement are financed through earmarked voluntary contributions from donors. They flow into a separate trust fund.
Also, in-kind support can, in principle, be provided by any government, organization or private institution hosting an AEWA meeting or providing a service, product or human resources for free, e.g. through the secondment of personnel.
Call for funding
The Secretariat is urgently looking for funding for the below activities that have been prioritized for 2022. If you would like to contribute to the implementation of AEWA through financial and/or in-kind support, please contact the Secretariat at AEWA.Secretariat@unep-aewa.org
|Project||Description||Funding gap as at 1 Dec 2021|
|World Migratory Bird Day||
World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is an annual awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the protection of migratory birds and their habitats. On the second Saturday in May and October, people around the world take action and organise public events such as bird festivals, education programmes and birdwatching excursions to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day.
For the 2022 campaign funds are needed to develop and publish awareness raising materials (website, posters, stickers etc.) and to support local events.
Supporting the project on monitoring the spacial and temporal movements of Lesser Flamingos through setallite tagging of individuals in Senegal
|Co-funding is needed to download the data from the four satellite tags that were purchased and installed under this running project in order to permit the monitoring of Lesser Flamingos. The requested amount could be used to download data for the duration of approximately one year.||3,418 EUR (incl. 13 % PSC)|
Implementation of International Single-Species Action Plans (ISSPs) on the ground
Voluntary contributions are regularly needed to support the implementation of ISSAPs on the ground. Especially the ISSAPs for the Lesser Flamingo (for a planned total aerial survey to be conducted in collaboration with Wetlands International, amongst other activities), for the Grey-crowned Crane, Madagascar Pond-heron and for the White-winged Flufftail would benefit from funding next year. For details please contact the Secretariat.