Cooperation between sexual and reproductive health and rights groups is key for better access to information. To strengthen advocacy around these topics, SEED launched the national sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) Network.
Southern Madagascar is currently experiencing extreme food shortages and rising prices, in what some are calling the ‘world's first climate-change induced famine’. The situation is now critical, with 1.5 million people not able to find enough food to eat.
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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
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Ana discusses the importance of capacity building in communities for long term resilience
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