The WCS Madagascar Program works throughout Madagascar to ensure the long-term conservation of the country’s unique biological diversity with a focus on activities in our priority landscape/seascape

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October 6, 2017

National working session for the conservation & sustainable management of sharks and rays in Madagascar

Twenty-five experts from around Madagascar, including scientists from WCS, representatives of Govern...
August 28, 2017

GEF-Satoyama quarterly newsletter, April to June, 2017

The fourth quarterly newsletter of the GEF-Satoyama project has been released. It can be found at GE...
July 17, 2017

SATOYAMA Quarterly newsletter, January - March, 2017

The GEF-Satoyama-Project Quarterly Report can be found at http://gef-satoyama.net/wp/wp-content...
January 9, 2017

SATOYAMA Quarterly newsletter, July - September, 2016

The GEF-Satoyama-Project Quarterly Report can be found at http://gef-satoyama.net/wp/wp-content...
January 9, 2017

"I Am Madagascar" exhibition of children's artwork from Makira to support WCS's education program

http://www.roguespacechelsea.com/rf-news/2016/11/22/i-am-madagascarhttps://www.facebook.com/events/7...
March 2, 2016

Empowering local communities to manage small-scale fisheries

This solution addresses Overexploitation of marine resources; Lacking sense of ownership & legal...

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