The European Outdoor Conservation Association (Eoca) has announced the three projects that were shortlisted for funding, based on the vote of the association's members and public vote. The three projects include Plastic management in the Gulf of Honduras, ECO Relief Lesvos in Greece, and Kozara protection and restoration in Bosnia Herzegovina. These projects will be formally announced in early June and launched at OutDoor. Eoca added that it still has a limited number of projects looking for funding following the public and members' vote. These include: Conserving orangutan habitat by preventing forest fires in Borneo (www.orangutan.org.uk), Reforestation and adventure tourism for Peru's yellow tailed monkey (www.neoprimate.org), Smithills - creating a resilient landscape in the U.K. (www.woodlandtrust.org), Conserving the red bellied guenon in South Benin (www.oddbong.org), the Burgher's Walk Penguin Ranger Project in South Africa (www.sanccob.co.za), Coral reef rehabilitation in the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve in Colombia (www.coralesdepaz.org), and finally, Sustainable livelihoods and tourism in Cambodia (www.wildlifealliance.org). Eoca is therefore calling the companies that might be interested in providing any funding to a project to take a look at the list, taking into account that projects can be funded in part or in full.