INL/EA seeks to fund projects that build Southeast Asiaâs criminal judicial capacity to deter, investigate and prosecute wildlife crime.
The solicitation scope may also include money-laundering, corruption, illegal logging and other crime areas that aid wildlife trafficking networks.
project proposals should identify gaps, determine strategies to address those gaps, and if applicable, build upon existing and previous efforts in countries.
INL will also consider promising and innovative pilot projects.
Projects may encompass training, technical assistance and equipment for law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, and policymakers and may target regulatory and legislative responses, specific aspects of the patrol, investigation or prosecution process, and specific geographic regions, species and industries.
When possible, proposed projects should be detailed in their approach, implementation plan, partners and geographic regions.