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This project aims to protect forests and wetlands, to improve living conditions of local people, to protect forest corridors between protected areas and to promote sustainable resource use.

The local community has been charged with managing a large section of high altitude forest and freshwater systems.

WWF is working with local communities to support their traditional management approaches as they apply to the conservation of forests and freshwater areas.

Agriculture is putting stresses on these resources and threatening the sustainability of biodiversity and the communities that depend on it.

Oct-Dec 2006

... in Namoly, worked with local community on Miora Project monitoring lemur habits and then mapping out and developing a forest ecotourism trail for lemur viewing.

» View the group's video on the creation of an ecotourism trail in Namoly, Madagascar