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Talking about sustainable environment, education and development in southeast Madagascar. New articles every week from our team!

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Environment

It all starts with a seed

By Sam Ambler October 8, 2020

As some of the forest corridors in Project Ala are now a year old, Forestry Specialist Sam Ambler takes a look at the successes of the project, both for the environment and the local landowners.

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Environment

Planning for long term conservation: developing SEED’s Conservation Programme

By Eve Englefield August 28, 2020

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.

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Community Health

COVID-19 in rural Madagascar

By Lisa Bass & Paula Amour August 12, 2020

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.