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SAVE THE FROGS! Awards for Amphibian Conservation

SAVE THE FROGS! disburses awards & grants to highly-qualified undergraduates, graduate (Masters, Ph.D.) researchers and students working to conserve amphibian populations in their community. These awards will fund important amphibian conservation work, and will provide young scientists incentive to pursue careers in environmental conservation. If you are interested in applying for an award, we strongly suggest you join the SAVE THE FROGS! mailing list so that we can keep you posted when awards are announced.

Since 2009 SAVE THE FROGS! has sent $79,202 in awards to dedicated conservationists in 15 countries:

Australia: $500
Bangladesh: $6,930
Brazil: $200
Colombia: $1,600
Estonia: 250
Ghana: $52,739
India: $3,380
Liberia: $200
Madagascar: $200
Mexico: $3,760
Nepal    $3,900
Nigeria: $250
Paraguay: $500
Tanzania: $593
USA: $4,200

These awards are funded by members of the public who share our love of amphibians and our desire to protect them and empower the world’s amphibian conservationists. The government does not provide SAVE THE FROGS! with any monetary assistance and thus we depend on you! Our goal is to provide as many of these awards as possible, as each award contributes significantly to amphibian conservation. Thank you for your generous support.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Grants

Save The Frogs Grants

Since 2009, SAVE THE FROGS! has disbursed $101,299 in grants, to 47 amphibian conservationists in 16 countries (Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Estonia, Ghana, India, Liberia, Madagascar, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Paraguay, Tanzania and the USA). SAVE THE FROGS! Grants fall into three categories: (1) Amphibian Conservation Grants; (2) Save The Frogs Day Grants; and (3) …

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SAVE THE FROGS! Travel Grants

Save The Frogs Travel Grants

SAVE THE FROGS! Travel Grants assist early career conservationists who require financial assistance to travel to professional conferences, educational trainings or field sites. In January 2019, SAVE THE FROGS! awarded $2,575 in travel grants. Travel Grant applications are NOT currently being accepted. You can learn about other SAVE THE FROGS! Grants here. (You can also fill out …

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Save The Frogs Day Grants

Save The Frogs Day Grants

Celebrated the last Saturday of April every year, Save The Frogs Day is the world’s largest day of amphibian education and conservation action. To ensure the success of our worldwide efforts, SAVE THE FROGS! offers Save The Frogs Day Grants to dedicated groups who are organizing Save The Frogs Day events and seeking financial assistance. You …

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SAVE THE FROGS! Scholarship Applications

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SAVE THE FROGS! offers scholarships to dedicated environmental conservationists with financial needs. Scholarships cover the cost of membership, giving the recipients access to the SAVE THE FROGS! Community and a variety of educational resources available exclusively to members.

Biraj Shrestha wins fellowship to attend University of California at Santa Cruz

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Long-time SAVE THE FROGS! volunteer Biraj Shrestha from Nepal has won a full fellowship for two years to attend the prestigious University of California, Santa Cruz. Biraj will be enrolled in the Masters Program in Coastal Science and Policy, a recently introduced program under the faculty of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Biraj is one of …

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Gilbert Adum Wins Another Award From Rufford Foundation

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Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum for winning an award of £10,000 (US$15,500) from the Rufford Foundation. The award will enable Gilbert and his SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana team to upscale their habitat restoration project within the habitats of Ghana’s critically endangered Giant Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua) for the species protection. …

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Wins Global Conservation Leadership Award

Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum and his team for winning Conservation Leadership Award of $15,000, for the protection of Ghana’s Critically Endangered Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua).  The Squeaker Frog is in immediate trouble of extinction as only 12 individuals are known to exist, all in an unprotected forest patch in Western Ghana’s Sui …

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