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SEED Madagascar

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Madagascar might not have the giraffe and zebra that you saw in the movie, but the island is home to thousands of plants and animals that are not found anywhere else in the world. Unfortunately, most of these species live in the forests, which are being destroyed at a frightening pace. People depend on the forest for their daily needs, and an increasing population is putting ever more demand on these limited resources.

More than 600 new plants and animals were discovered in Madagascar between 1999-2010. Many of these were already in danger of extinction

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SEED Madagascar's environmental projects work to protect threatened areas and species in the Anosy region of southeast Madagascar - before they are lost to us forever. Our team of passionate conservationists and short-term SCP volunteers conduct vital research to help protect a variety of endangered species. We also focus on involving local communities as these are the people who know the most about the local environment and conservation priorities. SEED Madagascar brings people together to discuss these important issues, and then provides much-needed support to allow these areas and resources to flourish for generations to come.

Current projects

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Conducting research and education to enhance the long-term survival of Madagascar's flying fox bats.

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​Conducting scientific research and engaging the community to conserve a newly discovered candidate species of Microcebus mouse lemur.

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Seeking funding

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Minimising threatened forest loss through strengthened, community-specific fire mitigation and firebreak construction.

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Completed projects

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Led by the local community, this project supports sustainable livelihoods while conserving biodiversity and protecting the forest.

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Conducting research into the critically-endangered Phelsuma antanosy gecko to help conserve the species.

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