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A Malagasy organisation dedicated to biodiversity conservation and the sustainable use of natural resources in Madagascar.

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News from the Field

  • How many fruits a baobab tree can have?

    And how many baobabs are there? These are among the key questions Madagascar need answers to for defining a sustainable harvesting model for baobab fruits. To contribute answering these questions and already prepare the field for such harvesting, Madagasikara Voakajy team spent 51 days in Menabe Region in June and July 2015.

  • News from Mangabe-Ranomena-Sasarotra Lemurs

    Returning from her first fieldwork as a Madagasikara Voakajy team member, Nannye Hasinjara Randriamanantsaina relates her experience in Mangabe-Ranomena-Sasarotra new protected area.



  • International Youth Day celebration in Moramanga district

    La Jeunesse de Madagasikara Voakajy a répondu présente à la célébration de la Journée Internationale de la Jeunesse dans le district de Moramanga. Notre équipe, dirigée par Eddie Rakotondrasoa, a profité de cette opportunité pour faire connaître aux jeunes de Moramanga, ainsi qu'au Premier Ministre de Madagascar, la création récente de la Nouvelle Aire Protégée Mangabe-Ranomena-Sasarotra dans ce district, ainsi que nos autres priorités et activités.

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New Publications

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    Management Plan - Ampotaka/Ankorabe New Protected Area. November 2014

  • file iconPAG_NAPAmbatofotsy

    Management Plan - Ambatofotsy New Protected Area. November 2014.

  • file iconPAG NAP Mangabe_Ranomena_Sasarotra

    Management plan for Mangabe New Protected Area. November 2014

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Our Current Projects
1. Chameleon and Gecko Conservation
2. Creating six new protected areas
3. Lake Tseny: freshwater biodiversity conservation in an important fishery
4. Saving the Golden Frog
5. Promoting conservation and wise use of baobab trees