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26
Jul

Blog: Emmanuel’s story: fuelwood plantations in Tsimipaika Bay

Wood is an indispensable resource for communities in Madagascar, but forests are disappearing at an alarming rate Read the full post: Emmanuel’s story: fuelwood plantations in Tsimipaika Bay
11
Jul

Blog: Beyond population: reaffirming our rights-led approach to marine conservation

On World Population Day, Blue Ventures joins 150 leading conservation and health organisations to pledge support for a taboo-busting campaign called Thriving Together Read the full post: Beyond population: reaffirming our rights-led approach to marine conservation
3
Jul

Blog: Clawing back a sustainable future

If there’s a creature in Madagascar with bad PR that deserves redemption, then it is surely the humble mangrove mud crab... Read the full post: Clawing back a sustainable future
19
Jun

Blog: Turtle fishing in the Barren Isles

A complex conservation issue Read the full post: Turtle fishing in the Barren Isles
12
Jun

Blog: Using smartphones to improve community health

For community health workers in remote parts of Madagascar, smartphones can be a real game changer Read the full post: Using smartphones to improve community health
7
Jun

Blog: Building confidence through communication

Women in Fisheries 3: an interview with Mursiati of FORKANI Read the full post: Building confidence through communication
3
Jun

Blog: Health for all: putting words into action

Celebrating World Health Day with communities and partners in northwest Madagascar Read the full post: Health for all: putting words into action This post is also available in French
30
May

Blog: Taking control with Tara Bandu: part 2

After over a year of work, the day has finally come for the community of Behau to formalise the management of their marine resources Read the full post: Taking control with Tara Bandu: part 2
24
May

Blog: Toudani – inspiring a connection with land, ocean and culture

An interview with Nurmayanti of FORKANI. The second blog in our Women in Fisheries series. Read the full post: Toudani - inspiring a connection with land, ocean and culture
22
May

Blog: Behind the lens: how communities helped craft a global film about locally led marine management

Communities in Comoros, Indonesia and Madagascar filmed the openings of their temporary octopus fishery closures, bringing their own unique perspectives to this marine management approach. Read the full post: Behind the lens: how communities helped craft a global film about locally led marine management
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