Mialy Andriamahefazafy

All posts by Mialy Andriamahefazafy

Mialy was our resident environmental lawyer and policy advisor, working to support our fisheries, blue carbon, endangered species and reproductive health work. After studying public law at the University of Antananarivo, Mialy studied Environmental Law and Climate Change from Pace Law School, New York. In 2014 she completed an MPhil in Conservation Leadership at Cambridge University. She is now embarking on a new journey of exploring the political ecology of tuna fisheries management in Madagascar and the Western Indian Ocean.

A year-long journey exploring conservation leadership in Cambridge

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

/ Apr 28, 2015

Talking tuna with the UN

by Mialy Andriamahefazafy,Environmental Policy Specialist, Madagascar Tuna management has always been a major focus for our policy work, even though it may seem like a small piece of the puzzle within our very successful community-based fishery management programme. However, we...

/ Mar 20, 2013

Fighting for sustainable tuna fisheries in Kenya

by Mialy Andriamahefazafy, Environmental Policy Specialist, Madagascar For the last two years I have attended the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Private Sector consultative meetings organised by WWF East Africa. The session gathers NGOs, fishery associations and private operators involved in...

/ Dec 21, 2012

Trading information in Tanzania

by Mialy Andriamahefazafy, Environmental Policy Specialist, Madagascar Last July, Blue Ventures had the chance to share our work in Madagascar during the 16th biennial International Institute of Fishery Economics and Trade (IIFET) conference, in Dar es Salam. The theme of the...

/ Oct 26, 2012

Talking Tuna in Tanzania

By Mialy Andriamhefazafy, BV Environmental Policy Officer, Madagascar This week has been a very exciting one in my role as BV’s Madagascar-based environmental policy officer. Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) from around the Indian and Pacific Ocean regions have been meeting here...

/ Nov 10, 2011