Three years ago today, a diverse group of health and environmental actors came together and decided to establish… the Madagascar PHE Network!
The challenge of achieving contraceptive equity for the most marginalised women and girls is being placed centre-stage at the Family Planning Summit in London this week.
New research published in the international journal ‘Forests’ reveals the carbon storage potential of mangroves in the arid region of southwest Madagascar.
On 15th and 16th March 2017, a meeting was held in Zanzibar to mark the start of a new project, supported by the Marine Stewardship Council, to map octopus fishing in the Western Indian Ocean.
New research reveals important lessons for management of the invasive lionfish in Belize – to prevent biodiversity loss, control efforts should target all sizes of lionfish.
Population-Health-Environment (PHE) partnerships guide and PHE story cards (an integrated PHE community outreach tool) are now available for download!
Les Bourses appuient la formation académique des conversationnistes à Madagascar pour qu’ils puissent acquérir les connaissances et les compétences nécessaires pour gérer les ressources naturelles marines de leur pays dans des contextes divers.
A more than twofold increase in modern contraception use and 28% decline in general fertility rates were observed in Madagascar’s Velondriake LMMA between 2009 and 2013.
This closure is the first step in the implementation of a new fisheries management plan that will ultimately benefit traditional fishers, the local marine environment and help reduce pressure on declining shrimp stocks.
As the year draws to an end we’ve pulled together some of the highlights of 2016.