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.
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Talking about sustainable environment, education and development in southeast Madagascar. New articles every week from our team!
Beth takes a look at the illustrated lobster fishery management handbook she helped to create, exploring the art of communication in the context of low literacy and limited resources.
As Phase I of Project Ala concludes, Beth takes a look at everything it achieved, what worked, and what is next for SEED's reforestation project in southeast Madagascar.
Measuring success: how we are evaluating connections between organisations working in SRHR in Madagascar
Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Specialist Emma takes us on a deep dive into the social connections formed by Project Safidy's sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) network in Madagascar. Did the network achieve it's aim of closer collaboration in the last year?
To mark International Day of Cooperatives, Polly interviews Paula, who works with both the Stitch Sainte Luce Cooperative, and our traditional weaving project, Mahampy.
Peter takes a look at SEED's fuel efficient stoves scheme, which has helped staff to reduce their fuel costs, while increasing safety and protecting the environment.
Southern Madagascar is currently experiencing its worst drought since 1981, with severe food insecurity, and widespread malnutrition. This week, Luke brings us personal stories of three women affected by the current crisis.
Polly talks to SEED Conservation Research Programme stalwarts Hoby and Tsiraiky, about life as a field researcher, biodiversity, challenges, swamps, and of course, lemurs.
As World Rainforest Day approaches, our Forestry Specialist Sam Ambler explains the process of reforestation, which is much more than just planting trees!
For World Oceans Day, we take a look beneath the surface of the Sainte Luce and Elodrato fisheries, investigating the role of elasmobranch (shark and ray) sales in livelihoods.