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How to bring conservation messaging into wildlife-based tourism
Madagascar National Day
Thirty countries will benefit as Global Environment Facility funds FAO-led projects
UNICEF and Airtel Africa announce partnership to support children and families affected by COVID-19
Madagascar copal: new dating for an Antropocene ancient resin
More than 300 million cases of hip and knee osteoarthritis worldwide in 2017
30,000 stranded Brits returned to UK on Government charter flights
Palaeontologists find full fossil skeleton of bizarre mammal known as ‘crazy beast from south’
Blackearth Minerals NL quarterly activities report
Over 13 million children did not receive any vaccines at all even before COVID-19 disrupted global immunization
Odor experts uncover smelly chemistry of lemur love
Indigenous knowledge could reveal ways to weather climate change on islands
UK Public Health Rapid Support Team deployed to help international coronavirus effort
Public Health Rapid Support Team deployed to help international coronavirus effort
Positive results see BEM material move to next stage qualification test work with BTR New Energy
Some of most climate-vulnerable countries receive less than $2 per person a year to help them tackle
Dry weather increases by two list of countries in need of external food assistance
UK Government works with Southern Africa to support development of a safe
BEM Completes Pilot Program – Stage 1
Association of African Air Forces Liaison Working Group meets in Zambia
One-third of plant and animal species could be gone in
UNESCO funds nine new projects to support culture in developing countries
Geneva Palais briefing note on situation of children in Madagascar
Blackearth graphite suitable for lithium ion batteries
Global measles vaccination drive to protect upto 45 million children
Singing for joy and service
Fast Tracking Maniry Graphite Project
Time to step up and save our ocean
Children in for a treat with return of Jackdaw Film Series
Ancient events are still impacting mammals worldwide
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