Welcome to MBZ Annual Reports
We now publish our annual reports online in a more concise digital format. We believe this provides a more engaging experience to learn about what we've been doing each year. You can scroll down to view all our previous PDF based annual reports.Annual Report 2021
The effects of COVID-19 on conservation are made clear. Many grant recipients were unable to enter the field and organizations continued to lose money with no ecotourists.
View 2021 Annual Report
The MBZ Fund took decisive action in 2020 to support struggling conservation organizations by offering Covid-19 Relief Grants.
View 2020 Annual Report
The year 2019 marks the tenth year since the Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund first distributed financial support to conservation projects worldwide.
View 2019 Annual Report
For the first time, this report reviews the support we provide to international partner organisations concerned with broader species-specific conservation projects.
View 2018 Annual Report
From the simple sensation of feeling the wind on our faces to the unique inner peace derived from the lapping of waves on a deserted shoreline, we are drawn to all things natural.
View 2017 Annual Report
This report presents a selection of the projects the Fund has recently supported, featuring species as diverse in their biology and scale as the mighty Asian elephant and the humble Red-finned blue-eye.
View 2016 Annual Report
Connecting Worlds: The Power of Conservation, and my reasons were threefold.
View 2015 Annual Report
Instead of honing in on individual projects, we want to celebrate the stories of the people, discovery, intervention, science and communities, which are integral to the cause.
View 2014 Annual Report
During the course of 2013 the Fund has continued to build on the financial support provided to dedicated species conservation projects throughout the world, increasing the total amount disbursed in small grants to more than $10.3m through the end of 2013.
View 2013 Annual Report
As the Fund looks toward its 5th anniversary and beyond, it will continue to build on this solid base in order to develop into a truly long-term entity, able to help the cause of species conservation long into the future.
View 2012 Annual Report
In 2011 The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund supported 234 projects in more than 90 countries with more than $2.2m.
View 2011 Annual Report
During 2010 the Fund has been able to greatly aid the global effort to conserve the diversity of life in the 2010 International Year of Biodiversity, by expanding upon its success in 2009.
View 2010 Annual Report