• Co-ordinated species pages for priority species in South Africa: 1000 species pages added (using template) by 2020
  • 410 000 specimen records (primary data) assembled by 2020  (Darwin Core standard)
  • Barcode data obtained and co-ordinated for 500 species and 2000 specimens by 2020 (BOLD)
  • 60 papers (S & L grants combined)
  • Large projects: young researchers and postgraduates

Key point 2 – What will the return on investment for your project be?

How much will the project contribute to the FBIP targets relative to the cost of the project?

If you don’t produce what the funder wants, you are unlikely to be successful in your application.

If you ask for a large amount of funding and will produce very few of the targeted outputs, you are unlikely to be successful.

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