This Menstrual Hygiene Day, we reflect on SEED’s efforts to support menstrual hygiene management, and in particular our use of education to promote better hygiene practices and empower women and girls with knowledge of their bodies and rights.
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Talking about sustainable environment, education, development in Southeast Madagascar.
International research shows that despite advances in technology and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) education, parents remain the key informants of SRHR information for their children. Project Safidy has undertaken research with parents and other household influencers into this important issue.
With construction of the new Mahampy Weaver's Studio in Sainte Luce finally underway, Project Development Officer Joe tells us what this will mean for the new Cooperative, and the community in Madagascar.
Project Development Officer for Community Health, Kirsty Solomons, looks at the various health and WASH projects SEED is carrying out in Madagascar, the challenges, and successes.
Read about how SEED is adapting to these new circumstances and the creative solutions that our rural WASH team, working in partnership with UNICEF Madagascar, has come up with to spread awareness of how the virus can be prevented.
Marine Specialist Danick Trouwloon looks at the essential role of women in lobster fisheries in Madagascar, and how efforts to train Women Marine Ambassadors promote gender equity and lead to increased income.
Project Development Intern Emma Irving summarises the progress made on our forest corridors initiative, Project Ala, in it's first year, and how the Coronavirus crisis is likely to affect it in the coming months.
Announcing our partnership with UNICEF Madagascar to promote safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) across the whole of Anosy region in 2020, SEED's biggest project yet.
Former Pioneer (Community Development Volunteer), Opani Mudalige, and her fellow volunteers from October 2009 recently met up again in London, a decade after they spent three months in Madagascar together!
Womens Livelihoods Specialist Maggie Poulos interviews Paula Amour, who has worked with SEED on two livelihoods initiatives, Stitch Sainte Luce and Project Mahampy.