Project News & Field Updates
January 01, 2016Madagascar National Parks (MNP) organised a meeting with 15 COSAP Bureau members on 13-14 November 2015. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and agree on activities for the coming months. It was agreed that, since many of the COSAP Bureau members have never seen a dugong, a training session on the physical, biological […]
January 01, 2016MOJO INK For developing our project branding, including our magnificent new logo, brand guidelines and various communication collateral such as letterhead, roll-ups, folders, MS templates, etc. Mojo Ink www.Mojoink.com +971 2 444 33 58 TRANG CARVING GROUP & SAN For sending us the beautifully crafted wooden dugong keyrings and sculptures which we handed out to […]
January 01, 2016Our identity sums up everything we stand for
October 27, 2015"The workshop reminded me how interconnected conservation needs to be."
October 15, 2015We largely rely upon the information and stories sent to us by our partners to communicate the progress of the project to wider audiences. As such we have developed a few ‘essential’ guidelines which form Annex 4 of the Project Funding Agreement. We would like to take this opportunity to highlight these guidelines once again: […]
July 31, 2015The GEF DSCP first half yearly report was completed and sent at the end of July 2015. This report was received with compliments by our UNEP Task Manager, Mr Max Zieren. A full copy of the report can be found here:
July 04, 2015A landmark study from the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar highlights compelling economic benefits of locally led fisheries management Marine protection pays. This is the striking conclusion of a recent study evaluating fisheries management efforts by coastal communities in Madagascar. Marine scientists from Blue Ventures Conservation studied octopus landings in the remote southwest of the […]
July 04, 2015Background to C3 Madagascar C3 Madagascar has been working in Nosy Hara Marine Park, in northern Madagascar, since 2009, using the dugong as an iconic marine species to benefit wider marine biodiversity conservation and community development within the region. Our efforts have expanded interest in dugongs nationwide across all marine NGOs since coordinating the first […]
July 01, 2015Dugongs have been killed in Sri Lanka from time to time because there is a market for its flesh. However, as this species is protected by law the trade does not take place in open markets. It is supplied to customers through a special network of operators.
July 01, 2015Our team was very happy to sense and taste Sri Lanka and to get to know all Partners who showed us on maps the pilot sites and explained us the importance of those places.