On World Population Day, it’s time to have a more nuanced discussion about population dynamics and sustainability that centres the rights of people in the global south while recognising the responsibilities of people in the global north
If there’s a creature in Madagascar with bad PR that deserves redemption, then it is surely the humble mangrove mud crab...
A complex conservation issue
For community health workers in remote parts of Madagascar, smartphones can be a real game changer
Women in Fisheries 3: an interview with Mursiati of FORKANI
Celebrating World Health Day with communities and partners in northwest Madagascar
After over a year of work, the day has finally come for the community of Behau to formalise the management of their marine resources
Women in Fisheries 2: an interview with Nurmayanti of FORKANI
Communities in Comoros, Indonesia and Madagascar filmed the openings of their temporary octopus fishery closures, bringing their own unique perspectives to this marine management approach.
Using an interactive game to explain the principles behind fisheries management
Our Timor-Leste volunteers stumble upon one of nature’s most mysterious reproductive events.
The community of Behau in Timor-Leste has decided to take control of its marine resources by using customary law to establish a locally managed marine area.
Why does a marine conservation organisation work in community health?
Our aquaculture team shared their experiences with community-based sea cucumber farming at a learning exchange in Zanzibar.
Women in Fisheries 1: an interview with Gayatri Reksodihardjo-Lilley, founder of Yayasan LINI