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.
Our holistic approach to marine conservation is featured in the article “How to save oceans with contraceptives – a radical approach” by Astrid Zweynert of the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
A different story from Madagascar: how working across sectors and upholding reproductive rights are the key to sustainable development. Article featured in The Huffington Post.
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.
After a chance meeting, a new Population-Health-Environment programme is born in Madagascar, by BV’s Dr Vik Mohan on the Wilson Center’s New Security Beat blog.
The video “What I see is that women are healthier… children are healthier” is featured on the Woodrow Wilson Center’s New Security Beat blog.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Blue Ventures’ integrated Population-Health-Environment (PHE) approach receives high-level endorsement at the International Conference on Family Planning