Forestry Specialist Sam Ambler and Senior Project Development Officer James Benton take a look at the conservation education Project Ala is carrying out with young people in Sainte Luce, and the benefits of this to conservation efforts.
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Dietary observations of the lamprophiid snake Madagascarophis meridionalis (Domergue, 1987) in southeastern Madagascar
Rediscovery of the dragonfly Libellulosoma minutia Martin, 1907 in the littoral forests of southeast Madagascar
Financing and design innovation in rural domestic rainwater harvesting in Madagascar
Morphological and ecological convergence at the lower size limit for vertebrates highlighted by 5 new miniaturised microhylid frog species from three different Madagascan genera
Long-term monitoring of nocturnal lemur populations in the littoral forests of Sainte Luce
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Oratsimba, part of SEED's sustainable livelihoods programme, seeks to promote sustainable lobster fishery management in three villages of the Anosy region. Our team recently carried out the annual monitoring surveys (a lot of questions about lobsters!), and were keen to share what they found out.
The latest developments from Project Mahampy, which is celebrating the successful formation of Cooperatives for mahampy weavers in Sainte Luce.