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Devex: A multisectoral approach can bolster resilience for people and planet

Blue Ventures' Director of Community Healh, Dr Vik Mohan, shares personal insights on Blue Ventures' holistic approach to conservation
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Blog: Building community governance: adapting lessons learned in northwest Madagascar (part 2)

In part two of his story, Zo Andriamahenina shares the experiences of communities in Mahajamba Bay, who are managing their natural marine resources, inspired by learning exchanges with other communities
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Blog: Building a united African voice for marine conservation during a global pandemic

Bringing together leaders working on the frontlines of conservation, the African Marine Conservation Leadership Programme has been on an unexpected journey
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Forbes: Traditional Fishers – The Unsung Heroes Of Ocean Conservation

In an interview for Forbes, Blue Ventures' Executive Director celebrates small-scale fishers as the unsung heroes of marine conservation
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New global platform connects small-scale fishers to promote sustainability and improve livelihoods

The Small-Scale Fisheries Hub is a new online portal designed to promote more sustainable small-scale fisheries
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Blog: The quest for sustainable charcoal

Meet Ambanja’s fuelwood producers who are preserving northwest Madagascar’s mangrove forests by planting brown salwood trees to sustainably produce charcoal for cooking

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