April 15, 2024

Deadline: October 30, 2022
The GLFx initiative is opening a call to support new GLFx chapters that are leading action on the ground for the sustainability of Africa’s landscapes, with seed funding of EUR 5,000. NGOs, teams, and networks of organisations working on sustainable agrifood systems, restoration, or multi-stakeholder partnerships are particularly encouraged to apply.
GLFx is a decentralised network of independently-organised chapters that gather regularly to promote sustainable activities within their landscapes. It is designed to accelerate global action towards sustainable landscapes by equipping members with the knowledge, technology, and networks to connect, share, learn, and act through a holistic approach.
GLF chapters can be:
Whether your group is a new team, an NGO, or an initiative, the most important thing is that you are operating at the landscape level, and are mobilising – or are willing to mobilise – your community and the relevant stakeholders to promote sustainable landscape use.
Selected chapters will receive: 
The call is for groups of individuals (teams), networks, partnerships, initiatives, and organisations that:
Also note that:
If you become a chapter and receive seed funding, you will be expected to: 
The application will take 10-15 minutes to complete. Shortlisted candidates will receive an email with next steps.
Click here to apply
For more information, visit GLFx Africa.
Jude Ogar is an educator and youth development practitioner with years of experience working in the education and youth development space. He is passionate about the development of youth in Africa.


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