Saint Lucia’s Conservation Fund Undertakes an ‘Ambitious Project’

CEO Craig Henry says it has a “very ambitious mandate”, which is primarily geared to secure and provide sustainable finance for a range of conservation-oriented activities and initiatives.
Saint Lucia’s Conservation Fund Undertakes an ‘Ambitious Project’

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While the St Lucia National Conservation Fund (SLUNCF) is recognized as a small agency, established in 2016, CEO Craig Henry says it has a “very ambitious mandate”, which is primarily geared to secure and provide sustainable finance for a range of conservation-oriented activities and initiatives.

Henry explained that the SLUNCF pursues “national priorities”, which is determined by government authorities and an international thrust that are important to influence Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) applicable to various forums.

He outlined the structure of the conservation fund as a unit in a cluster of a network of consolidated funds that have been created under the Caribbean Sustainable Finance Architecture, which translates to the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund.

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