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Annonce de Bourses Roger Samba and J. Paul Getty – 2017-2018

Annonce de Bourses Roger Samba and J. Paul Getty Année Universitaire 2017-2018 Les Bourses Roger Samba et J. Paul Getty appuient la formation académique des conversationnistes à Madagascar pour une large gamme de disciplines pour qu'ils puissent acquérir les connaissances et les compétences nécessaires pour gérer les ressources naturelles marines de leur pays dans des ...

Blog: Dingadigana: An alternative livelihood opportunity in Northwest Madagascar

As fisheries face unprecedented pressures, coastal communities are looking for economic opportunities beyond fishing. The villages of Ambiky and Ambolobozo have responded with an innovative and promising new aquaculture project: sea cucumber farming. Read the full post: Dingadigana: An alternative livelihood opportunity in Northwest Madagascar

Blog: Celebrating the mission that unites us

Eighty-four members of our team from all of Blue Ventures’ offices and field programmes in Madagascar attended, along with representatives from our London office and our newest colleague from our evolving partnership project in Comoros met in Andavadoaka, Madagascar for our sixth annual conference. Alongside three days of discussions and workshops to define the collective ...

Crossing the Indo-Pacific for marine conservation

Tonga soa, bienvenue, bienvenida, welcome! Late August saw the arrival in Madagascar of some very special visitors. A group of Mexican fishermen traveled more than 17,500 kilometres to have a conversation with their local counterparts about octopus.  Their destination: a community-run marine conservation initiative on the Mozambique Channel, where local fishers have been managing their ...

Fish Farmer Magazine: Community farms feed families

Blue Ventures is featured in the March 2015 edition of Fish Farmer Magazine in an article exploring the impact of our community-based aquaculture programme.

Community-based aquaculture in the Western Indian Ocean region: towards a sustainable future for coastal people and marine biodiversity

Scientists, technical experts, social entrepreneurs and community leaders engaged in aquaculture programmes across the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) gathered in Zanzibar last week to share experiences, opportunities, challenges and lessons learned, with the aim of developing recommendations for the sustainable growth of community-based aquaculture (CBA) initiatives in the region. [tweetable]Coastal communities in the WIO are ...

National Geographic: Farming sea cucumbers in Madagascar for economic hope and conservation

BV's Taylor Mayol writes about the locally managed aquaculture farms that have begun sprouting up in shallow bays around the Velondriake locally managed marine area, introducing environmentally sustainable sea cucumber ranching as a simple source of cash for the Vezo people of Madagascar. "This isn't just another doom-and-gloom story about how the oceans are being stripped ...
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