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10th Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talents ceremony – L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science programme
10th Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talent ceremony – L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science programme
Measles outbreaks continue unabated: Five countries accounted for nearly half of all measles cases in 2018
Maniry Project Update on Testwork and Offtake Partner Agreements
“Exceedingly rare” plant species face increased chances of extinction
Nearly 40% of Plant Species are Very Rare and Vulnerable to Climate Change
Researchers study motherly poison frogs to understand maternal brain
Africa: Urgent action needed to mobilise domestic resources as tax revenues plateau
Universal Periodic Review 34th session Minister for Human Rights statement
Remembrance Sunday 2019, Diego Suarez in Madagascar Phil Boyle’s speech
Trial Mining Commences at Maniry with Bulk Sample to be Dispatched to BGRIMM
34th Universal Periodic Review UK statement on Madagascar
More than 52 million people across Africa going hungry as weather extremes hit continent
Importance of Madagascar’s Lowland Rainforest for Lemur Conservation
As climate shocks intensify, UN food agencies urge more support for Southern Africa’s hungry people
Significant insect collection from Academician Hanski donated to Finnish Museum of Natural History
Threatened species receive game-changing funding boost
Fight against mosquito bite
Research grants support 20 early-career women scientists in developing world
Antananarivo Recommendations mark milestone in African sport policy development
Satellite-based estimates of reduced deforestation in protected areas needed – conventional
Zippo Fights Fire With Fire, Pledging to Help Combat Effects of Global Deforestation
IAEA Completes Nuclear Security Advisory Mission in Madagascar
Mental health professionals from nine African nations at QUT for a customised course
Research Bias May Leave Some Primates at Risk
UK deploys more public health experts to DRC for Ebola outbreak response
Protect mangroves and help tackle climate change
World is off-track to meet most food and agriculture-related Sustainable Development Goals
Opportunities Exist to Restore Tropical Rainforests – Here’s How We Mapped Them
Destination: Madagascar, Living Laboratory
WISH2ACTION project launches in Madagascar speech by Dr Phil Boyle
General Assembly debate on responsibility to protect and prevention of genocide, war crimes
Royal Canadian Mint Releases Innovative Tributes to Canada Just in Time for Annual July
Mammals and their relatives thrived
La célébration de l’anniversaire de La Reine à Madagascar 2019 Le discours de Son Excellence
Surprising Reason Why Some Lemurs May Be More Sensitive to Forest Loss
Emerging leaders explore challenges facing world’s oceans
China Now Open to Global Graphite
£8 million in twenty-fifth funding round for international conservation projects
Cholera vaccination ramps up in Mozambique following cyclone
Developing nations can play a part in solving climate change crisis
Deadly measles and plague outbreaks in Madagascar
Origins of giant extinct New Zealand bird traced to Africa
Understanding the drivers of coral reef recovery: a long-term study in the Pacific
Canadian statement following Madagascar’s presidential election
Madagascar’s mining women unearth their potential
Traverse – a new novel by Tineke Van der Eecken
Madagascar stadium blast kills two