Caribbean Biodiversity Fund

Caribbean Biodiversity Fund hiring Administrative Assistant and Finance Officer

The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund (CBF) is recruiting for two new positions to join its Secretariat team. These are full-time positions who will be in charge of the administrative and financial procedures of the organization. The new staff members will report to the CBF CEO and will work closely with other team members responsible for the Conservation Finance and Climate Change Programs.

All applications must be received by July 22nd, 2019 at 11:59PM USEST

Click here for the Terms of Reference.

Upcoming CFA Webinar: Caribbean-Pacific Alliance

The webinar will take place February 6th at 11am EST.

Three regional environmental funds, with a focus on marine conservation, have established the Caribbean-Pacific Alliance: Caribbean Biodiversity Fund, PACIFICO and the MAR Fund. Together, they encompass two oceans, 16 countries, 4 million km2 and 5 World Heritage Sites. Join them on February 6, 2019, as they share advances in their knowledge exchange, mobilization of resources and their soon-to-be-launched Blue Challenge Initiative. Please forward this webinar info to your colleagues.


Banner image: Pue Coral Gardens, Cook Islands

Credit: The Ocean Agency / XL Catlin Seaview Survey / Coral Reef Image Ban

Caribbean Biodiversity Fund Seeks Program Manager

The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund works to create reliable, long-term funding for conservation and sustainable development in the Caribbean region. The CBF is seeking a new Program Manager for a CBF Ecosystem-based Adaptation Facility. The location of the opportunity is flexible within the Caribbean, Miami, and Washington D.C. If interested in this position, please see the terms of reference.

All applications are due May 8th, 2017 at 11:59USEST. Any questions regarding this opportunity or the CBF can be directed to the CFA Secretariat.

Groundbreaking Partnership Signed to Support Environmental Protections in the Dominican Republic

On December 12th, 2016, in Santo Domingo, the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund (CBF) and El Fondo Nacional para el Medio Ambiente y los Recursos Naturales (Fondo MARENA) signed a ground-breaking Partnership Agreement, which will trigger new annual flows of funding to support environmental conservation projects in the Dominican Republic. This represents an important major step toward addressing the long-standing issue of lack of reliable and long-term funding to support environmental protection. This is the first agreement, of an initial set of eight, which the CBF aims to sign with partner national trust fund across the Caribbean.

View the press release