Wood is an indispensable resource for communities in Madagascar, but forests are disappearing at an alarming rate
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 octopus fishery closures, bringing their own unique perspectives to this marine management approach.
Twenty-one colleagues from eight different countries came together to strengthen the bonds within the outreach team
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?