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PACT Submits USD $4 Million Funding Proposal to the Adaptation Fund for Climate Change adaptation project in Belize.

Belmopan, 21 January 2021.  

The Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT) is pleased to announce the submission of the  Project Proposal ‘Enhancing the Resilience of Belize’s Coastal Communities to Climate Change Impact’ to the Adaptation Fund for funding consideration at the upcoming 36th sitting of the  Adaptation Fund Board.  

The Project, with a financing request of USD $4 million, aims to increase the climate resilience of  27 coastal communities in Belize by improving coastal land use, habitation, and the long-term  monitoring of climate related coastal impacts through the increase of adaptive capacity and  knowledge transfer. It will be implemented by PACT and executed by the Ministry of Sustainable  Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management via the National Climate Change  Office, and with the participation of several state agencies including the Coastal Zone Management Authority & Institute, the Hydrology Department, the Ministry of Housing, and the National  Meteorological Service via four main components:  

  1. Improving Coastal Land Use for Resilient Habitation and Sectoral Activities
  2. Coastal Vulnerability Monitoring  
  3. Beach Stabilization of High-Risk Coastal Areas  
  4. Awareness Raising, Knowledge Dissemination and National Capacity Strengthening  

The PACT thanks all partners that participated in the project development process, especially the  local target communities.



The Adaptation Fund is an international fund, set up under the Kyoto Protocol of the United  Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, that finances projects and programs to help  vulnerable communities in developing countries adapt to climate change. 

PACT is accredited by the Fund to serve as its National Implementing Entity for Belize and has a  Climate Finance portfolio which endeavors to unlock new funding streams and build national  capacity for the sustainable management of natural resources, climate change, and biodiversity. 

The Ministry of Finance is the National Designated Authority for the Adaptation Fund in Belize  and is tasked with the endorsement of all country projects submitted to the Fund. 



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Tender Notice: Conservation Post in the Vaca Forest Reserve

Tender Notice

Project: Selva Maya Natural Resources Protection Project (BMZ/KfW/IUCN)

Basic Concepts:
The SMP covers improving the management effectiveness of the Selva Maya Protected Areas (PA), its connectivity, and strengthening coordination capacity between Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico for
conservation and sustainable management actions of the Selva Maya.
General: To construct a conservation post within the Vaca Forest Reserve
  • Design and accomplish with all requirements the construction of the conservation post
  • Carry out the construction of the conservation post
Qualifications and Experience:
  • Interested eligible bidders must meet the following criteria to be selected:
  • Have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in construction.
  • Prior experience with the construction of concrete and wooden buildings
  • Knowledge of the area
  • Equipment and expertise to carry out the works required
  • Professional work crew
  • Safety equipment
In undertaking this assignment, the Contractor is expected to work closely with the staff of the Forest Department.
Interested applicants can request for the complete tender document from
Technical and financial offer:
Interested applicants should present their technical and financial proposal no later than July 15nd, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. The proposal should be addressed to the following:
Danny Singh
Accounting Manager
Protected Areas Conservation Trust
3 Mango Street
Belmopan City
Attn: Mrs. Therese Johnston (
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Request for Expression of Interest – Consultancy Service for the preparation of a full Project Proposal; Completion of a Gender/Social Assessment, Feasibility Study and to Conduct Stakeholder Consultations for a project to be submitted to the Adaptation Fund

Request for Expression of Interest for Consultancy Services (Firm Selection) – Consultancy Service for the preparation of a full Project Proposal; Completion of a Gender/Social Assessment, Feasibility Study and to Conduct Stakeholder Consultations for a project to be submitted to the Adaptation Fund

In collaboration with the Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT), as Belize’s National Implementing Entity of the Adaptation Fund (AF), the Ministry of Fisheries, Forestry, the Environment, and Sustainable Development via the National Climate Change Office (NCCO) has submitted the project concept “Enhancing the Resilience of Belize’s Coastal Communities to Climate Change Impacts,” which was endorsed by the AF Board in October 2019. Two assistance grants were also approved by the AF Board for the completion of technical assessments and consultative processes to aid the development of a complete project proposal.

PACT is interested in identifying a Consulting Team to undertake the formulation of a project proposal for the concept. The main objective of this consultancy is the creation of a comprehensive project proposal with a clear rationale for increasing the climate resiliency of Belize’s coastal communities by improving coastal land use and habitation, increasing monitoring as well as national adaptive capacity and knowledge transfer.

The Consulting Team is expected to include at maximum three (3) members with expertise in Project Development and/or Management including Environmental Management; Social Sciences or Humanitarian Studies; Coastal Engineering; and/or related areas.

Professional and Skills Requirements:

  • Minimum of a Graduate Degree in area of expertise;
  • Relevant work experience of at least five (5) years in area of expertise;
  • Experience in developing project proposals, conducting project feasibility studies and gender/ social assessments

PACT invites interested eligible Consulting Teams to submit an expression of interest indicating competence and relevant experience in completing similar consultancies.

Packages should include Expression of Interest and Curriculum Vitae (for each individual consultant).

For additional information on the consultancy, interested Consulting Teams may send an email to

Interested Teams should submit packages (Hard and Soft Copies) no later than 4:00 pm (Belize Time) on March 27th, 2020. Sealed envelopes should be addressed to:

Human Resources and Administration Manager
Protected Areas Conservation Trust
#3 Mango Street, City of Belmopan, Belize
Re: “Consultancy – Adaptation Fund Project Proposal”

Soft Copies should be sent via Email to: and

PACT shall not be bound to defray any cost incurred by Consulting Teams in preparing and submitting their Expressions of Interest.

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Call For Proposals 2018 – Belize Nature Conservation Foundation

2018 Call for Proposals

The BNCF is now accepting project applications for its 2018 grants cycle.

Projects which fit the following three priority areas for funding will be considered:

  1. General park management – protection, environmental education and equipment;
  2.  Training; and,
  3.  Research.

Other project activities that are eligible for funding is listed in the attached document.

Maximum Grant: BZ$38,000.00 for one year
Past recipients may apply

For application forms and more information contact PACT’s Conservation Investment Manager or email Submit complete applications and supporting documents no later than
September 28th, 2018 to:

Conservation Investment Manager, PACT
#3 Mango Street/P.O. Box 443
Belmopan, Cayo District
Re: BNCF Grant Application

For details download full pdf documents below.