Madagascar & Western Indian Ocean office
WWF's work in the region
WWF Madagascar and West Indian Ocean Programme Office,
B.P. 738 Antananarivo 101
+261 20 22 34885
+261 20 22 34888
WWF Conservation Projects in Madagascar
Madagascar and West Indian Ocean Programme Office (MWIOPO)
Saya de Malha Banks – Establishment of a High Seas MPA
The Saya de Malha Banks is part of the Mascarene Plateau which constitutes an underwater ridge connecting Seychelles and Mauritius. The Saya de Malha ...
Financing mechanisms and profitable income-generating activities in the new National Park
The Fandriana Marolambo landscape on Madagascar covers almost 200,000 hectares and consists of grasslands, savannas and forests. It is home to many ra...
Latest Madagascar News
WWF Statement on the Convention on Biological Diversity COP-12
WWF welcomes the outcomes of CBD COP-12 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Important steps were taken to ...
TEDxWWF: global thought leaders head to Brussels to share sustainability insights
Prestigious event explores thinking on how we can rise to the challenge of ‘One Planet Living’, at ...
WWF welcomes improved MSC fisheries standard
WWF has welcomed a revised and improved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) sustainable ...
Opinion editorial on the release of the LPR 2014
The Incredible is Possible: Our National and Environmental Future by Anitry Ny Aina ...
World to governments: It’s your turn to lead on climate change
WWF Statement on UN Climate Summit
Hundreds of thousands call for climate action ahead of summit in New York
A wave of climate activism around the world, culminating in several hundred thousand marching in ...
UN Summit to put climate change apathy in rearview
WWF is calling on governments and business leaders at next week’s high-profile UN Climate Summit in ...
Photo contest 2014
WWF Madagascar is organizing a photo contest on the theme "Madagascar, nature and unique ...
WWF statement international condemnation of Iceland
WWF joins 35 governments in calling on Iceland to stop hunting endangered fin whales.
Historic shark decision takes effect
Seven threatened species of shark and ray gain greater protection this Sunday