Blue Ventures’ Director of Community Healh, Dr Vik Mohan, shares personal insights on Blue Ventures’ holistic approach to conservation
For small-scale fishing communities living in remote areas of Madagascar, illiteracy is a common barrier to managing their natural marine resources
For conservationists working at the interface of poverty and environmental degradation, the coronavirus tragedy underscores why we must take urgent action to support those dependent on biodiversity for their survival.
In 2019, Blue Ventures supported our partners Safari Doctors and Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) in securing access to a documentary crew willing to produce a short film about their pioneering health-environment work in Lamu County, Kenya. The short film, ‘Pamoja’ – meaning ‘together’ in Swahili – explores Safari Doctors, NRT and Blue Ventures’ current collaborative …
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.
Three years ago today, a diverse group of health and environmental actors came together and decided to establish… the Madagascar PHE Network!
Students from Centro Escolar Mexico Junior College visit the Bacalar Chico Marine Reserve to get some first-hand experience of marine fieldwork with the Blue Ventures team.
Our Medical Director Dr Vik Mohan recently spoke at TEDxExeter 2017 about Blue Ventures’ holistic approach to conservation.
FHI 360 have listed Blue Ventures’ PHE approach as an example of promising and important integrated development in their Research & Evaluation blog.