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APFNet Project Application:Quick Guidance

There are two main steps involved in the project application process:

(1) Submission of a project concept note.

(2) Submission of a full project proposal once the concept note has been recommended by APFNet’s Project Appraisal Panel.

The call for project concept notes is announced on the APFNet website at: www.apfnet.cn. The APFNet Strategic Plan 2016-2020 (Annex 1) and Eligibility for Project Application (Annex 2) should be used as a guidance material when developing a concept note. Please refer to the instructions below for application.

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Call for Project Proposals in 2017

The Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation (APFNet), proposed by China and co-sponsored by Australia and the United States, was agreed by the 15th APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting in September 2007 in Sydney, Australia and was incorporated in the Sydney APEC Leaders’ Declaration on Climate Change, Energy Security and Clean Development.

The Mission of APFNet is to promote and improve sustainable forest management and rehabilitation in the Asia-Pacific region through capacity-building, information-sharing, regional policy dialogues and Demonstration projects.

In consistent with its strategic plan (Annex 1), APFNet would like to announce its call for project proposals in 2017. Eligible applicants (Annex 2) are encouraged to submit concept notes. Please refer to the instructions below for application.

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Call for Project Proposals in 2016

The Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation (APFNet), proposed by China and co-sponsored by Australia and the United States, was agreed by the 15th APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting in September 2007 in Sydney, Australia and was incorporated in the Sydney APEC Leaders’ Declaration on Climate Change, Energy Security and Clean Development.

The Mission of APFNet is to promote and improve sustainable forest management and rehabilitation in the Asia-Pacific region through capacity-building, information-sharing, regional policy dialogues and Demonstration projects.
In consistent with its strategic plan, APFNet would like to announce its annual call for project proposals. Eligible applicants (Annex 1) are encouraged to submit concept notes. Please refer to the instructions below for application.

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Call for Proposal in 2014 (2)

The Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation (APFNet), proposed by China and co-sponsored by Australia and the United States, was agreed by the 15th APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting in September 2007 in Sydney, Australia and was incorporated in the Sydney APEC Leaders’ Declaration on Climate Change, Energy Security and Clean Development.

The Mission of APFNet is to promote and improve sustainable forest management and rehabilitation in the Asia-Pacific region through capacity-building, information-sharing, regional policy dialogues and Demonstration projects.

In consistent with its Strategic Plan 2011-2015, APFNet would like to announce its annual call for proposals. Eligible applicants (Annex 1) are encouraged to submit concept notes and proposals. Please refer to the instructions below for application.

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