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2014

A workshop was held in December 2013 to review the status of community-based aquaculture (CBA) in the western Indian Ocean (WIO). In this short film by Brian...

Laura Razaka, Safidy programme midwife, explains the rights-based approach of Blue Ventures' voluntary family planning services. Training community health wo...

Roger Samba, Velondriake management committee president, explains how integrating voluntary family planning services with local conservation efforts is enabl...

From supporting biodiversity conservation to improving reproductive health, see Blue Ventures' integrated Population-Health-Environment (PHE) approach in act...

2013

Christmas song, written and performed by the girls' club in Andavadoaka, otherwise known as FTMA (Fikambanana Tanora Mamiritra Andavadoaka which means the Sh...

Blue Ventures are an award winning marine conservation organisation running expeditions in Belize and Madagascar. Part of the work volunteers are involved wi...

Find our what's in stall if you join the Blue Ventures bird and manatee expedition to Belize.

 
A conservationist and social entrepreneur, Al has spent a decade researching and tackling marine environmental crises in developing countries

 
This video was originally uploaded to Vimeo on August 13, 2010

 
Madagascar Coral Spawning 09 September 2013 (Acropora)

 
In 2005, 60 million people starved to death - equivalent to the population of Britain. Throughout the world, population increase puts demand on food resources. On the coast of southwest Madagascar, Vezo fishing communities are completely dependent on the sea for their livelihood. But the marine resources they depend upon are under pressure. Blue Ventures, a UK charity, works in a Vezo village called Andavadoaka. The community and the charity are working together to find ways of securing the fisheries the Vezo depend upon. In 2005, Andavadoaka established the first community-run marine reserve. This film tells the story of this reserve and their plans for the future

 
In 2005, 60 million people starved to death - equivalent to the population of Britain. Throughout the world, population increase puts demand on food resources. On the coast of southwest Madagascar, Vezo fishing communities are completely dependent on the sea for their livelihood. But the marine resources they depend upon are under pressure. Blue Ventures, a UK charity, works in a Vezo village called Andavadoaka. The community and the charity are working together to find ways of securing the fisheries the Vezo depend upon. In 2005, Andavadoaka established the first community-run marine reserve. This film tells the story of this reserve and their plans for the future

 
One of the villages just outside the far south of the Velondriake conservation network. A pure white, wind swept beach with an adjacent reef flat.A shark & turtle monitoring project, launched in October 2006, has been collecting data looking at the number of fisheries catches. Antespoke is one village with a massive number of catches - so of particular conservation concern

 
One of the villages just outside the far south of the Velondriake conservation network. A pure white, wind swept beach with an adjacent reef flat.A shark & turtle monitoring project, launched in October 2006, has been collecting data looking at the number of fisheries catches. Antespoke is one village with a massive number of catches - so of particular conservation concern