SNRD Asia and the Pacific - Innovation & Learning Fund 2021

Dear SNRD Asia and the Pacific Members,

Greetings from the SNRD AP secretariat and welcome to 2021!

Thank you very much for participating in our “Innovation and Learning Fund” voting process. We reviewed the applications and found that they match with our guidelines.

Please give your vote to a proposal that you think should be pursued. Your vote will help the steering group in consideration of awarding the fund to the most popular topic of your interest.

Please note the following terms and conditions before “voting.”

  1. Each proposal is listed here with the link to the complete document for your reference.
  2. Please “click on the box” in front of the proposal you wish to vote for. After you finish voting, please click “submit vote” at the bottom of the page.
  3. The vote is open from Monday 8th February 2021 until COB Monday 12th February 2021 (18:00 CET)
  4. You can vote for more than one proposal.
  5. Once you have submitted the vote, it cannot be changed or adjusted.
  6. The SNRD Asia and the Pacific secretariat and the steering group will give final comments and announce the result by Tuesday 15th February 2021.

Vote for the proposal(s) of your interest by 12th February 2021 COB 18:00 CET!

In order to verify your eligibility to vote, please provide the following information. These information will be seen by the members of the secretariat only and will not be shared to anyone else.

Note: You can only vote for each proposals once, but you may vote for more than one proposal.

SNRD - Innovation & Learning Fund 2021
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If you don’t know to which WG you belong, please select “others” and proceed with this form.The secretariat team will reach out to you later.

There are x proposals listed here for your reference. You can click on the link to view the full proposal.

: Creation of an innovative product: joint publication (book or paper) on ‘Stock taking experiences and lessons learned with regard to forest related climate mitigation in Southeast Asia’

Tunggul Butarbutar


8,000 EURO
: Development of a platform, including trainings and other exchange formats on ‘nature-based solutions for global challenges’ across continents.

Bastian Flury and Carina van Weelden


15,000 EURO
: Production of animated technical video on Nature-based Solutions (NbS) in the context of climate change adaptation.

  1. Marion Daclan/Dolores Nuevas
  2. Trix Estomata
  3. Rogelio Abalus (E2RB)
  4. Terence Dacles
  5. Rhodora Raras (ProCoast)
  6. Melissa Cruz
  7. Denise Ann Suarez (South-South)
  8. Daniel Ngilay
  9. Bianca Gutierrez
  10. Beatrice Apolinario (SCCCII)
  11. Pawattapum Charoensuk (TGCP-Water, Thailand)

Hills to Ocean and Climate change adaptation

15,000 EURO
: Digital storytelling for climate action

  1. Andrea Teran (HMCCC)
  2. Marion Antonette Daclan (E2RB)
  3. Rhodora May Raras (ProCOAST)
  4. Anne Patricia Mariano (TRANSfer)

Hills to Ocean and Climate change adaptation

15,000 EURO
: Mutual learning and knowledge transfer of best practices in Green / Transformational Education from Asia and Pacific

  1. Snigdha Kar (SUID cluster)
  2. Lisa-Marie Mahler (SGR)
  3. Kamna Swami (Aviral)
  4. Vaishali Nandan (CCP-ME)

Green Education

15,000 EURO
: Partnerships with the private sector in agriculture in Asia: Improvement of the internal knowledge base and external communications

Lisa Faust


10,000 EURO
: Mapping of innovative solutions (with focus on digital solutions) for accountability and monitoring of Sustainable Development Goals

Navin Horo

Sustainable Development Goals

11,000 EURO
: Wildlife protection in practice: Animated video on “How to do SMART?” based on experiences and best practices from 3 different countries and ecosystems (marine and terrestrial).

  1. Dhali Panchanon Kumar
  2. Stefan Alfred Groenewold
  3. Terence Dacles
  4. Bastian Flury

Hills to Ocean

15,000 EURO
If you have any further questions or wish to join the activity proposed by our members, please do not hesitate to send us an e-mail to snrd-asia@giz.de.

Thank you very much for your contribution and best wishes!