Go ahead Roseda and communities from Ambaro Bay! | WWF
Go ahead Roseda and communities from Ambaro Bay!

Posted on 05 February 2019

"I sometimes travel seven kilometers to go from one village to another. Staffing materials will enable us to cover more villages and work more efficiently," says Fredine Temina proudly.
The NGO Roseda (Rally of Operators for Ambilobe's Environment and Development Department) works with 16 villages in northwestern Madagascar. Since 2014, Roseda and its communities have been supported by WWF for the conservation and sustainable development of the Ambaro Bay’s mangroves.
 
The 30 people working directly within Roseda also raise awareness about the protection of fish resources in the six municipalities in Ambaro Bay. Long-term work, as confirmed by Fredine Temina. "I am in charge of supporting three villages in awareness and patrols" according to her; "I sometimes travel seven kilometers to go from one village to another".
 
It is with that in mind that the WWF has equipped Roseda this week with 12 bicycles and computer equipment. Also, a camera and a GPS will help to follow up and patrol the mangroves. "Staffing materials will enable us to cover more villages and work more efficiently," says Fredine Temina proudly.
 
"We are convinced that our contributions will greatly increase the performance of the staff of the civil society organization," says Vola Robsona, who heads the WWF office in the Diana Region, northwestern Madagascar.