WWF Madagascar Report 2016: People and nature; together possible!
Discover the actions of WWF Madagascar during 2016.
What if you volunteered to conserve the mangroves?
The Country Office of WWF Madagascar is looking for two Malagasy volunteers to aid its efforts in ...
All against the illegal exploitation of natural resources in the Atsimo Andrefana
A network of actors against corruption and illegal exploitation of natural resources in Atsimo ...
After 10 years of restoration, the mangroves of Kaday reborn
From 2011 onwards, annual planting campaigns were carried out with local communities and youth. And ...
Engaging local communities: the key to sustainable development
Research Forum of Madagascar 2017: "Biodiversity and Sustainable Development"
10,630 ha of mangroves to Beanjavilo communities
The Malagasy state renewed its trust towards the communities of Beanjavilo (Melaky Region) in the ...
UN conference about Oceans: an opportunity to pledge, engage and share experiences
In Madagascar, it is estimated that marine resources contribute to the livelihoods of more than a ...
Ramsar wetlands: quintuplet for Madagascar’s biodiversity!
Five new Malagasy sites have just been designated 31 May 2017 at the 53rd meeting of the Standing ...
Amoron'i Onilahy, for sustainable tourism and biodiversity
Amoron'i Onilahy is a Protected Area managed by local communities who work for the valorization of ...
WWF Madagascar contributes actively to the migratory bird's conservation
WWF Madagascar contributes actively to the migratory bird's conservation by promoting and ...