Quinn highlights the resources SEED Madagascar is supplying to local fishers in the face of climate change and recovery from the COVID-19 economic slump.
The SEED blog
Talking about sustainable environment, education and development in southeast Madagascar. New articles every week from our team!
Beth takes us through our new green school initiative, making communities sustainable and providing education infrastructure for teachers and students.
SEED Madagascar's WASH program supports over 1,000 communities in Southeast Madagascar. Bethany describes the work of Mamitiana and his team to support these communities.
SEED hosted the second anniversary of the SRHR Network!
Tsinjo gives us an update on teacher training and our partnership with the Ministry of National Education
Emily takes us through the food distribution programme and the long-term benefits provided to the families and individuals who have increased food security. SEED Madagascar currently works with 15 different community centres and provides relief for families in Southeast Madagascar.
Polly takes a look at the remarkable successes of the first two months of Project Sakondry, our edible insects initiative, and what this might mean for the future in Anosy.
As the world looks past the promises of COP26, we take a closer look at the cost of climate change in Fort Dauphin and it's impact on food security.
Adèle takes a look at how SEED has been working with local entrepeneurs to improve access to sanitation whilst also supporting livelihoods in southeast Madagascar.
Senior Research Assistant Lewis takes us on a deep dive into what constitutes effective conservation research, why it matters, and it's value to understanding biodiversity.