The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism has called for grant proposals from registered entities, including registered communal conservancies and community forests, community groups, farmers’ associations, women’s groups, and youth groups in specific areas, for investment in agroforestry, sustainable rangeland/crop management, and nature-based enterprises. The project, which is being carried out in partnership with the Environmental Investment Fund of Namibia, and the United Nations Development Programme is designed to benefit more than 20 000 beneficiaries, 50 per cent of which will be women. Proposals should be forwarded to the EIF before 18 February, via whom more information can also be obtained.