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Education News from the Field

  • Madagasikara Voakajy joins IUCN

    In February 2016, Madagasikara Voakajy officially joined IUCN as a member. For the past ten years, members of our team have been part of the IUCN/SSC. This opportunity will allow us to engage more in IUCN’s vision and mission, and network with other IUCN members. We are grateful to Rainforest Trust and Fauna and Flora International for supporting our membership application.

  • 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.

  • What an awareness campaign can do!

    Exercise: Draw a flying fox presenting its ecological roles

  • Combating lemur hunting in Lakato

    Efforts to halt the slaughter of lemurs continue in Lakato in the Zahamena-Ankeniheny corridor

  • World Wetlands Day in Andasibe

    We participated in the International Wetlands Day festival in the town of Andasibe in eastern Madagascar. Marionettes were used to deliver conservation messages about golden frogs and our mascot, Lenari, kepy lemur conservation on everyones' minds!


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Latest Photos

Madagasikara Voakajy mascots Lenari (indri) and Ralisy (golden mantella) at the International Youth Day celebration in Moramanga - 12 August 2015
Eddie Rakotondrasoa and the Malagasy Prime Minister, enjoying the show by our mascots Lenari and Ralisy
Eddie Rakotondrasoa presenting the work of Madagasikara Voakajy to the Prime Minister
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Current Student Research Projects

There are currently 11 Malagasy students enrolled in our training progamme and are conducting reasearch projects on baobabs, chameleons and bushmeat. more >>
Completed Student Theses

Madagasikara Voakajy, with support from our donors and partners, have sponsored and supported 19 Malagasy students to complete their research or vocational degrees. more >>
Education and Awareness

We devote considerable effort and resources to raising peoples' knowledge about the environment and integrating these messages into the national curriculum. more >>
Training and Capacity Building

We carry out training and capacity building for Malagasy students, communities and environment professionals. more >>