Hina Morjaria, a medical student at the University of Exeter, spent her elective learning about community health in remote Madagascar as a Blue Ventures volunteer.
This Resurgence & Ecologist article tells the story of Irene, a resident of Tampolove village in remote southwest Madagascar.
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.
The 2017 East African Population-Health-Environment Symposium in Uganda was a valuable opportunity for practitioners of this approach to share learning and plan for the future.
A workshop was recently hosted by our partner organisation Forkani with the aim of fostering cross-sector partnerships between health and conservation groups in Kaledupa.
In celebration of Safidy’s ten year anniversary, a new discover site has been released to illustrate the incredible journey of integrating community health services into our marine conservation work.
Three years ago today, a diverse group of health and environmental actors came together and decided to establish… the Madagascar PHE Network!
#MoreThanTheSum – partnerships among health and environmental groups are reaching isolated communities previously deemed too expensive or difficult to serve.
Blue Ventures’ use of the integrated PHE approach is mentioned in Lisa Palmer’s “Hot Hungry Planet: The Fight to Stop a Global Food Crisis in the Face of Climate Change.”
Our Medical Director Dr Vik Mohan recently spoke at TEDxExeter 2017 about Blue Ventures’ holistic approach to conservation.