Since its inception in 2000, CEPF has strived to safeguard the world’s most critical ecosystems and biodiversity by supporting civil society in implementing stakeholder-informed conservation strategies in biodiversity hotspots. The following data demonstrate the impact CEPF and its grantees have had on a global scale within four impact categories: biodiversity, human well-being, civil society capacity and enabling conditions.


Human Well-Being

Civil Society Capacity


Enabling Conditions



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Black rhino (Diceros bicornis). © Jon McCormack