Tag - Velondriake

1
Sep

Sharing the success of temporary octopus fishery closures

The community of Andavadoaka in southwest Madagascar recently hosted visitors from Kenya and Tanzania so that they could witness this year’s octopus fishery reopening.

16
Aug

Google Earth: This is Home

Blue Ventures partnered with Google Earth to help capture and tell the story of a home in southwest Madagascar.

26
Jul

Blog: Conserving the Bay of Assassins: the story so far

From village meetings to mangrove mud, this is the story of three years of effort from coastal communities to protect the mangroves of the Bay of Assassins in southwest Madagascar.

20
Jul

Blog: Mama Bevata: Tampolove’s new security watchtower

Sea cucumber farmers in Tampolove are now protected by a state of the art watchtower designed to deter potential thieves from making off with valuable stock.

9
Jun

New research: Mangrove carbon stocks in southwest Madagascar and the implications for local management

New research published in the international journal ‘Forests’ reveals the carbon storage potential of mangroves in the arid region of southwest Madagascar.

7
Jun

Blog: Realising their potential: scholars in profile – Emilienne

Having been a beneficiary of the scholarship programme for four years, Emilienne is now working for Blue Ventures as a member of our community health team!

30
Mar

Blog: Realising their potential: scholars in profile – Narison

The first blog in a new “Scholars in Profile” series marking the 10 year anniversary of our Education programme supporting youth in the Velondriake area.

19
Jan

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.

26
Sep

The Guardian: Family planning in Madagascar – lessons from a conservation NGO by Emilie Filou

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Nov 12th, 2013: Family Planning in Madagascar: lessons from a conservation NGO is published in the Guardian. 

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