Research Grants to understand Tropical Ecosystems in Malaysia
The Habitat Foundation Research Grants are intended to strengthen the understanding of tropical ecosystems and advance the conservation of priority species and habitat through improved conservation practice in Malaysia.
Proposals for the Research Grant should fulfil some or all of the following criteria:
focus on species and habitat of conservation significance;
seek to address an important conservation biology question or issue;
have the potential to fill gaps in knowledge and enhance understanding with implications for conservation;
be undertaken in collaboration with local people, organizations and/or government partners.
The value of the Research Grant ranges from RM10,000 to a maximum of RM25,000.
The research may be conducted over a period of 12 – 20 months.
The Research Grants may be used for the fieldwork component of higher degree study for a Masters or PhD. They are also suitable for pilot studies by resource management professionals or conservation practitioners.
The Grants may be used to cover field expenses, equipment, communications & awareness, and meeting costs.
For more information, visit https://habitatfoundation.org.my/the-habitat-foundation-research-grants/