Three years ago today, a diverse group of health and environmental actors came together and decided to establish… the Madagascar PHE Network!
Abigail Leadbeater and Charlie Gough from the Blue Ventures Monitoring and Evaluation team recently visited our new partners in Sulawesi to support them in their implementation of octopus fisheries monitoring.
Population-Health-Environment (PHE) partnerships guide and PHE story cards (an integrated PHE community outreach tool) are now available for download!
LINI, our inspirational new partner, is developing a new catalyst for conservation on Banggai Island, Sulawesi
Homestays offer a way for coastal communities to diversify and strengthen alternative livelihoods, providing a clear and measurable link between protecting the environment and the economic benefits that tourism can bring.
As the year draws to an end we’ve pulled together some of the highlights of 2016.
A learning exchange brought over twenty partners, fishers and conservationists from five different countries to Madagascar to learn about community-based fisheries management.
Mobile technology is empowering small-scale fisheries to take ownership of what’s landed in their boats, and in their pockets.
Our Medical Director, Dr Vik Mohan, recently visited Indonesia and Timor-Leste to see whether coastal communities there would be interested in Blue Ventures’ integrated health and environment approach.
Last month we invited new partners from five different countries to learn more about our work and to use these experiences to spark new octopus closures and LMMA movements back home.