Our Indonesian partner Forkani recently held a communication training for health workers to help increase community engagement with health issues on Kaledupa Island, Indonesia
11 years ago today, Blue Ventures made the decision to diversify its approach and support local health service provision.
This photo story from the Knowledge for Health Project depicts a three-day workshop in Madagascar where members of the Madagascar PHE Network had the opportunity to learn new skills and share their stories.
Devex mentions Blue Ventures’ community health work as a successful example of a holistic approach to conservation.
Twenty health and environmental organisations in Madagascar – including Blue Ventures – have signed the world’s very first PHE quality charter, signalling their commitment to rights-based PHE partnerships designed to improve the health of people and the environment.
By working in partnership using the PHE approach, Safari Doctors and the Northern Rangeland Trust are looking to increase their impact in isolated communities in Kenya.
This Resurgence & Ecologist article tells the story of Irene, a resident of Tampolove village in remote southwest Madagascar.
Representatives from the Andavadoaka homestay association met with Madagascar’s Ministry of Tourism in Antananarivo to boost their new model for responsible tourism.
Amos Da Costa’s family has always relied on the sea for their food and livelihood, but he believes they must look to the future.
After making the five day journey from Maintirano, Toalidy spent a month with Blue Ventures’ Safidy team in Andavadoaka learning new ways to support remote coastal communities.