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June 3rd, 2013: Marine Conservation and Public Health: A lesson in integration from Madagascar by Bob Dewar is featured in the Oxfam Policy and Practice Blog
September 27th, 2013: Belize Fights Back Against an Uninvited Guest featured in National Geographic is featured in the National Geographic.
26th July 2013, London - Video released showcasing a workshop co-organised by Blue Ventures at the IUCN’s 2012 World Conservation Congress in South Korea. The event brought together 16 locally managed marine area (LMMA) representatives from countries including Fiji, Kenya, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, India and Madagascar .
June 2nd, 2013: Interview with Sam Hope Expedition and Dive Manager for Blue Ventures is featured in the Ecologist.
June 2nd, 2013: Kayaks to Korea – locally-managed marine areas at the 2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress by Brian Jones is featured in the IUCN blog
3rd July 2013, London - A landmark meeting was held at the University of Exeter on 26 June 2013, bringing together eminent academics specialising in the evaluation of complex systems with representatives from the Population-Health-Environment (PHE) community. The aim was to explore some methods that could be used to capture the complexity of integrated PHE programmes.
1st July 2013, Belo sur Mer, Madagascar - Following a reproductive health needs assessment conducted earlier this year, Blue Ventures is launching a community health programme in the Belo sur Mer area, integrating closely with on-going marine conservation initiatives. The programme will initially reach 8,000 people across 10 villages, and represents the first replication of Blue Ventures’ award-winning Population-Health-Environment (PHE) approach beyond the Velondriake area.
9th July 2013, Placencia, Belize - Along Belize's world heritage site-listed barrier reef, coastal communities are making waves in fight against a rapacious predator.