Locations

Locations

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Patrick Ramindrasoa, known to us here in Andava as Patty, is an essential member of the expeditions team in Madagascar. He began working full...

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After months of passionate campaigning and thanks to strong collaboration with the Madagascar Ministry of Health, a government midwife has been placed in Andavadoaka!

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by Charlie Gough, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, UK I drink tea in the afternoon, primarily because I am very ‘English’, but also because coffee...

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by Jen Chapman, Conservation Coordinator, Belize The red lionfish (Pterois volitans) is a beautiful fish. In its native range – which extends from the...

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Over the past fifty years, I'm the fourth Malagasy person to graduate from Cambridge and the second Malagasy woman!

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One week after never having used a smart phone before, Farakely had managed to complete forms on his own and had data that was ready to send! He had already reached a level that had taken multiple trainings and many months to achieve with other data collectors. A little smile of satisfaction and shy pride formed on his face when we pointed this out to him, and congratulated him on what is not only a massive success for the shark monitoring project but also a fantastic personal achievement.

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Blue Ventures' Al Harris writes his thoughts on the future of conservation from the front line of our work in Madagascar.

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As the clock neared midnight on a beautiful starry night on the coast of southwest Madagascar, eight sets of bemused and weary eyes peered...

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Every day we post a picture from life on the front line of marine conservation on our Instagram account. Here are a few of my favourites...

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Let’s set the scene, we’re on a beautiful white sand beach, dotted with palm trees; a remote tropical paradise, miles away from human habitation. As the tide retreats what’s that left behind in the strandline? Intermixed with the usual bits of seagrass and algae is a band of washed up discarded plastic.