Friday
Jul282017

Impromptu Forest Walk 

You wouldn’t think that being a Community volunteer you would be able to see any more than the thriving and fascinating culture that is the Malagasy way of life. But going to Ambalahonko to visit the mariners and foresters on camp turned out to be more than a couple of days of chilling in a hammock with a book and the sound of the sea and some tropical bird or other.

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Thursday
Jun292017

My First Week Of Sports Lessons 

My first week of sports lessons is something I will never forget. Before my first lesson of teaching I was a bit worried what I had planned wouldn’t be fun for the kids, however, I was very wrong.

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Tuesday
Apr112017

Staff Profile - Cass  McGilvray

I have worked in Africa before and am insanely and irrevocably in love with this continent! Madagascar is a country that I knew very little about before arriving. I saw the job description and researched the current initiatives that I would be working on and fell in love with the idea of being here.

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Tuesday
Apr042017

Involving Locals In Conservation Decisions is  Important!

Here in Madagascar a large proportion of local people who live by the coast rely on the marine environment to survive. The ocean provides a vital source of food and the means by which people can make a living.

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Tuesday
Apr042017

First Day In  Hellville

The moment I stepped off the plane in Nosy Be, all of my nerves turned into excitement. I got picked up from the airport straight away by a member of Frontier and taken to Hell-Ville. One of the first things I noticed was of course the heat (which I think will take a while for me to get used to), but I was stunned by how green it all is.

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