7 March 2014: How the 'Avon' model is empowering women to 'inspire change' in Madagascar by Laura Robson in The Huffington Post
25 February 2014: After a chance meeting, a new Population-Health-Environment programme is born in Madagascar by Dr Vik Mohan in the Wilson Center's New Security Beat blog
13 February 2014: The blog "Shark fishers in Madagascar sell fins for pennies" is featured in the National Geographic.
January 15, 2014: The video "What I see is that women are healthier...children are healthier" by Vik Mohan is featured in the New Security Beat blog.
December, 2013: Notes from Nosy Mitseo, Madagascar: the legacy of the demand for shark fin by Garth Cripps and Fran Humber is featured on the Save our Seas Foundation's blog.
September, 2013: First shark data sent by smartphone by Fran Humber is featured on the Save our Seas Foundation's blog.
October, 2013: Business + Conservation + Communities: The Rise of Community Focused Marine Tourism in the WIO by Taylor Mayol is featured in Wiomsa Magazine.
Nov 12th, 2013: Family Planning in Madagascar: lessons from a conservation NGO is published in the Guardian.
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.