As SEED continues it's most ambitious WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) project to date, Josh looks into the work the team has been doing to assess the scale of the task ahead, using a comprehensive series of surveys throughout the region.
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Talking about sustainable environment, education, development in Southeast Madagascar.
SEED's Conservation Research Programme is designing a new research project to study smaller bat species in the Sainte Luce area of southeast Madagascar. Find out more about microbats and the interesting avenues for research in this week's blog.
Programme Officer Emma Irving looks at the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on conservation in Madagascar, what this means for SEED's Project Ala, and how we're adapting to find resilient solutions.
Project Safidy brings together organisations throughout Madagascar to host popular skill building sessions
Successfully adapting Project Safidy's capacity building activities to use remote tools in the face of the pandemic, and the value of this in Madagascar.
Conserving biodiversity and following to a long term strategy can be difficult, with projects typically only funded for a few years. SEED's Environment team has recently been developing our broad Conservation Programme, examining the effectiveness of our work to date, and looking ahead to the next 20 years.
Chance conversations with SEED's construction team building a school in the rural community of Mananara II lead to a surprising discovery about just how isolated it is, and what we need to do to help.
SEED's Rural WASH Team are currently working in over 1,200 villages across three districts of the Anosy region in Madagascar. In this week's blog post we interview five team members to find out how the work is going and what a typical day for them is like.
Lomba, SEED’s head of construction, has sparked the development of contactless handwashing facilities at the SEED office using innovative methods and materials. Read more about how the prototype developed in this week's blog.
Collaborative research by the University College London, the Zoological Society of London and SEED Madagascar has been published in a leading scientific journal. In this week's blog post Marine Specialist Danick Trouwloon summarises the new paper.
SEED's Rural CLTS (Community Led Total Sanitation) project, working in partnership with UNICEF Madagascar, has been carrying out an extensive survey on water, sanitation and health throughout the Anosy region. Find out more in this week's blog.