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Madagascar PHE Network: PHE resources launched!

In response to requests for technical support from environmental organisations collaborating with health service providers in isolated and biodiverse areas across Madagascar, we’re delighted to share this comprehensive Population-Health-Environment (PHE) partnerships guide and integrated PHE community outreach tool. Read the full story on the Madagascar PHE Network's website. Download the resources here.

The Huffington Post: Can adolescent health education support marine conservation?

"When Barry Segal first visited Rwanda back in 2007, he observed that many organizations were working to solve similar problems with little collaboration. He believed he could make an impact simply by investing in great organizations and by bringing them together. Here is a great example of how this looks when it works." Nicholas Reed-Krase, ...

New Research: Integrated health-environment programme leads to contraceptive uptake & fertility decline

Incorporating family planning services within community conservation initiatives can address the unmet reproductive health needs of hard-to-reach populations, enabling couples to access contraception and avoid unintended pregnancies. This is the finding of a paper just published in Studies in Family Planning, which reports on changes in modern contraception use and general fertility rates between 2009 ...

Blog: Checking the pulse of Washington DC

A conference trip to Washington by Blue Ventures’ Medical Director Vik Mohan provides an insight into how the international development community might respond to the new US administration. Read the full post: Checking the pulse of Washington DC

Oxford Today: Blue-sea thinking: coral reef conservation and beyond

Alasdair Harris founded Blue Ventures whilst attending Mansfield College at the University of Oxford, and it has since evolved into a substantial marine conservation organisation with a growing portfolio of field programmes in several different countries. An interview published by Oxford Today details how Alasdair Harris' interest in marine biodiversity and research led to Blue ...

Blog: A year of self critique and tough decisions

Over the past year, three of our senior staff in Madagascar have been working with the Earth Skills Network to reflect on, and improve, the management of our conservation programmes. Read the full post: A year of self critique and tough decisions

Blog: Tackling childhood illness in Madagascar

As part of a new community-based healthcare initiative from the Ministry of Health, Blue Ventures has been training and supporting women in isolated areas of southwest Madagascar. Read the full post: Tackling childhood illness in Madagascar

Blog: The Village Outreach Tour: Catalysing conversations with isolated communities

The Blue Ventures outreach team recently competed their second tour of 2016, engaging 32 coastal communities from southwest Madagascar in conversations about sexual and reproductive health, water purification and natural resource management. Read the full post: The Village Outreach Tour: Catalysing conversations with isolated communities

DW: What do fishing and family planning have in common?

"In many parts of the developing world, contraception and family planning are sensitive issues. But what happens when communities ask for it themselves?" DW have published an article covering our holistic population-health-environment approach, including why gender equality is fundamental to community-led conservation. Read the full article here: What do fishing and family planning have in ...

CNN: When the coral disappears, so will they

John D. Sutter, a columnist for CNN Opinion, recently spent a week with Blue Ventures staff in Southwest Madagascar to write a story about climate change, coral bleaching, and the impact that these changes have on coastal communities. "Research indicates nearly all the world's coral reefs could be lost by 2050... and 275 million people depend on ...
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