Publications in MADAGASCAR


Mongabay
5/15/2018

Sifaka lemurs listed as “critically endangered” amid mysterious die-off
Lemurs in Madagascar have been under pressure from deforestation, poaching, drought and other challenges for years. Now, in the much-visited Berenty Reserve near the island’s southern tip, one species faces a mysterious new threat. In the last month

Base Resources Ltd has appointed partners Mineral Technologies and Lycopodium to deliver the PFS for its Toliara mineral sands project (Toliara Sands Project) in the southwest of Madagascar. The Ranobe mine of the Toliara Sands Project is projected

Pact won a $23,598,387.00 contract from Agency for International Development for conducting Hay Tao (Enhanced Enabling Conditions for Biodiversity Conservation) Program. Contract was solicited under solicitation SOL-687-16-000013
World Bank
5/4/2018

Madagascar, a Country of a Thousand Hopes, a Country of a Thousand Vulnerabilities
In 2018, Madagascar is said to be one of the poorest countries in the world. Antananarivo is said to be the third dirtiest capital. Some diseases like the plague persist in the country, even in 2017. Moreover, more than 35% of adult Malagasy people

Hogle Zoo helps rescue over 10,000 endangered tortoises in Madagascar
Johannesburg • International conservationists in Madagascar have been treating more than 10,000 critically endangered radiated tortoises that were seized from traffickers who had crammed them into a home with no access to food or water.The Turtle Su
Star
5/2/2018

More than 10,000 endangered radiated tortoises rescued in Madagascar
A critically endangered radiated tortoise recovers at a wildlife facility in Madagascar, where it is being taken care of by international conservationists. More than 10,000 of the tortoises had been crammed into a home in Toliara, Madagascar, with n

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — International conservationists in Madagascar have been treating more than 10,000 critically endangered radiated tortoises that were seized from traffickers who had crammed them into a home with no access to food or water. The Tur

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — International conservationists in Madagascar have been treating more than 10,000 critically endangered radiated tortoises that were seized from traffickers who had crammed them into a home with no access to food or water. The Tur
Mongabay
4/25/2018

‘Monumental’ bust in Madagascar triggers effort to save thousands of endangered tortoises
Authorities in Madagascar seized almost 10,000 critically endangered tortoises earlier this month from a house suspected to be a waypoint for funneling them into Asia’s pet trade. The Turtle Survival Alliance is leading the rescue effort, working wi
Reef Doctor
4/9/2018

Staff Interview: Aimé Safidinjanahary
Name: Aimé Safidinjanahary (Notahina Noëldo Aimé Rica) Age: 22 Job title: Nurse Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in paramedical at INSFP (Institute of Training of Paramedicals) in Toliara   Tell us about your professional experience. Dur



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