Blue Ventures is launching new support partnerships with the Endangered Wildlife Trust and Peace Parks Foundation in Mozambique.
Efforts to advance sustainable development in Madagascar received a boost last week as more than 20 health and conservation organisations came together to establish new partnerships and share learning.
As COP21 in Paris opens, we frequently hear about “socio-ecological resilience”, “climate-resilient development” and “resilience programming”, but what do these terms mean, and what can we learn from them?
The donation of our lionfish catch to the children of “Dara’s” feeding program has been covered by The Reporter.
As civil society groups advocate for progress on maternal and child health at the World Health Assembly this week, recent experiences in Madagascar demonstrate how community mobilisation can bring about positive change.
Midwives and sea cucumber farmers join a grassroots movement to protect the Indian Ocean’s underwater marvels; a holistic approach that is shining a light on the future of conservation. Ocean Watch feature in the Scuba Diving Open Planet magazine.
Antananarivo, Madagascar – Health and conservation sectors unite to establish a broad network of policy makers, funders and practitioners committed to reinforcing an integrated approach to sustainable development in Madagascar
St Andrews, Scotland – An innovative project integrating community-based health services with locally-led marine conservation initiatives has won this year’s St Andrews Prize for the Environment
Blue Ventures’ community health programme trains women in coastal Madagascar to be ‘Avon-like’ social entrepreneurs, offering a range of affordable contraceptive options in their villages. Article featured in the Huffington Post.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Blue Ventures’ integrated Population-Health-Environment (PHE) approach receives high-level endorsement at the International Conference on Family Planning