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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. 


Interview with Miandry - one of Blue Ventures' scholars in Morombe from Blue Ventures Miandry comes from the coastal village of Andavadoaka, southwest Madaga...
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Angelitina comes from the coastal village of Andavadoaka, southwest Madagascar, and is one of 112 girls currently being supported by Blue Ventures to attend ...
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In remote southwest Madagascar, octopus fishing on the region's extensive coral reefs provides a vital income for the vast majority of coastal communities, a...
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Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:34

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This is a video showing the fishing and growing of Octopus in Madagascar.
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This animated map charts Octopus reserve closures within Madagascar, the Comores and Rodrigues.
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Tuesday, 19 March 2013 16:44

Shark Monitoring Madagascar

A shark monitoring program initiated by Blue Ventures on the coast of Madagascar.
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Monday, 25 March 2013 15:09

Giving Turtles a chance in Madagascar

A conservation drive is bringing hope for the survival of turtles off the west coast of Madagascar.
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This past November, the Be Andriaky Committee held the first opening of its pilot mangrove reserves, after a 3-month test closure designed to allow crab popu...
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