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Our Women's Livelihoods specialist for Project Mahampy, Maggie Poulous, summarises the findings from the recent baseline research phase, and what the data collected mean for the project's next steps.
One of our recent SEED Madagascar Conservation Research Programme volunteers, Morgan, reflects on her 10 weeks spent with the programme, the highs, lows, and why you should consider it too.
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