The New Venture Fund’s Salmon State program seeks to secure state and federal policies in Alaska to protect the most important salmon spawning watersheds in the state. The program will engage scientists to understand which watersheds are most critical for salmon; educate state and federal decision makers on its findings; and build support among commercial and sport fishermen, Native American tribes, and the public. The program will also provide timely and relevant information to the media that cover salmon issues in Alaska, Canada, and the lower-forty-eight.
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Grants to this Grantee
for the CyberPeace Institute
A grant to New Venture Fund (NVF) will support the CyberPeace Institute (CPI), a fiscally sponsored project of NVF. The CPI will become an independent nonprofit based in Geneva, Switzerland, with the mission of enhancing stability in cyberspace. Its three core functions are (a) helping and defending civilian victims of cyberattacks; (b) analyzing and investigating cyberattacks; and (c) promoting cybersecurity norms, prevention of attacks, and responsible behavior. The core founding funders are the Hewlett Foundation, Mastercard, and Microsoft. Other contributors include the Ford Foundation and Facebook.
for the Climate Advocacy Defense Fund
The Climate Advocacy Defense Fund is a project of the New Venture Fund, supporting Canadian organizations in the development and implementation of legal and related strategies in defense of their public interest work on climate change advocacy.
for the Education Outcomes Fund for Africa and the Middle East
This project grant will support the Education Outcomes Fund for Africa and the Middle East (EOF), a fiscally sponsored project of the New Venture Fund. The fund aims to pool $1 billion in aid and philanthropic funds to support governments to pay for results in education and youth employment over the next decade. It will partner with the Global Steering Group for Impact Investment and governments across the MEA region to strengthen education systems, harnessing the capacity and capability of nonstate actors to improve the effectiveness of expenditure and help deliver on the promise of quality education for all.