The trees planted by WWF team in January are already nearly half a meter high
A great success that needs to be maintained now with fire and grazing protection measures.
Ambaro Bay: stop fishing when it is no longer the fishing season!
In Port St Louis, rural district of Antsohimbondrona and in Ankazomborona, a rural commune of ...
Micro-irrigation for an efficient agriculture in Manombo
WWF promotes micro-irrigation in the Mahafaly landscape. So that the communities have alternative ...
Ambaro Bay: community patrollers are managing their own mangroves surveillance activities
Community patrollers are mobilized to monitor the mangrove forests of Ambaro Bay.
Four Ministries Commit to Conservation of Natural Resources
In the first quarter of 2017, the Malagasy government made firm commitments to fight more ...
Illegal logging endangers World Heritage Site Atsinanana Rainforest in Madagascar and its unique fauna
Illegal logging has indirectly put other species at risk by removing their habitats and creating ...
Madagascar presents its commitment to protect its green infrastructure at the World Natural Capital Symposium
WWF Madagascar had the opportunity to present Madagascar's commitment to preserve its green ...
Monitoring of fishing catches in Besambay
The Locally Managed Marine Area "Vonihara" of Besambay regularly monitors its fishing catches. ...
The Barefoot College women from Madagascar in Tilonia
Six months after their journey from Madagascar to the Barefoot College in Tilonia, India, ...
More than 80,000 trees planted and 1,800 volunteers mobilized to reforest Madagascar
Reforestation is one of the best ways to combat climate change