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.
Talking about sustainable environment, education, development in Southeast Madagascar.
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.
Programme Officer Luke Capper takes a look at the Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) training SEED has been delivering to teachers, in collaboration with the National Ministry of Education.