Malagasy translator for Project Safidy, Lima Andrimanomesoa, celebrates International Mother Language Day by talking about Malagasy and some of the things he finds interesting about it.
We are working towards sustainable, environment, education and development goals across southeast Madagascar.
What makes us different?
We're a small organisation focused on just one region of one country.
We don't have fancy offices or high-paid staff, we spend more money on our projects.
We work with local people to find sustainable solutions.
From the SEED blog
Talking about conservation, development and sustainability in Madagascar. All articles
Long time SEED volunteer and current "IT Guy" Daniel Wood shares a few Malagasy short stories picked up during his time here.
Senior Research Assistant Kashmir Flint talks about SCRP’s dragonfly surveying and their importance for wetland habitats and wider conservation research.
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