Our site leaders and technical specialists oversee the development of our programmes and partnerships across Madagascar, providing oversight and support to our implementation and outreach teams.
Our community conservation team supports coastal communities to manage their own resources; developing locally managed marine areas designed to sustain local fisheries and safeguard marine biodiversity.
Our fisheries team demonstrates the economic benefits of marine conservation to fishers and seafood buyers through temporary fisheries closures.
Our blue forests team supports coastal communities to link the conservation of mangrove, seagrass and coastal wetland habitats with payment for ecosystem services.
Our aquaculture team supports community-based sea cucumber and seaweed farming initiatives; providing lucrative, environmentally sustainable and socially viable alternatives to fishing.
Our community health team supports community health agents to deliver health education and services to coastal communities as part of our integrated Population-Health-Environment (PHE) approach.
Our education team supports coastal communities to develop the skills they need to manage their resources sustainably, from school scholarships and environmental education through to marine research courses for local graduates.
Our expeditions team runs award-winning, socially and environmentally responsible volunteer programmes that offer rewarding marine conservation experiences for international volunteers.
Our administration team supports all of our programmes with logistics, purchasing and accounting.
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