Meet our members
Blue Ventures is a marine conservation organisation that rebuilds tropical fisheries with coastal communities and runs an award-winning PHE programme serving more than 25,000 people along Madagascar’s west coast.
C3 (Community Centred Conservation) works to develop conservation efforts by building the capacity of local individuals and institutions through grassroots research and training initiatives.
Centre ValBio is a world-class research station on the edge of Ranomafana National Park that aims to protect Madagascar’s unique and biologically diverse ecosystems through conservation science and projects, including rural healthcare.
CétaMada is a Malagasy NGO working to conserve marine mammals with local coastal communities through a sustainable development approach.
Conservation International is a large international conservation NGO that has experience integrating healthcare with natural resource management in the Mantadia-Zahamena forest corridor of east Madagascar.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust focuses on conserving the most threatened species and habitats in Madagascar by supporting rural communities to lead in the protection of their natural environments.
Fanamby supports communities living around protected forest ecosystems to develop sustainable natural resource management strategies in three priority conservation zones: Daraina, Anjozorobe and Menabe.
Fianakaviana Sambatra (FISA) is Madagascar’s oldest sexual and reproductive health organisation, founded in 1967. It runs clinics and community-based services throughout the country, with an extensive network of peer educators and youth groups.
Lemur Conservation Foundation works to protect Madagascar’s primates – the lemurs – through conservation, education, research and art.
Madagascar National Parks oversees the management of Madagascar’s network of the national parks and supports community-based ecotourism, environmental education and scientific research.
Madaworks provides scholarships for girls to go to high school and supports women’s sustainable economic development in Madagascar. They are partnering with PSI and Centre ValBio in the Ranomafana area to integrate sexual health education into their work.
Mahefa Miaraka is a five-year USAID-funded project managed by JSI with Madagascar’s Ministry of Public Health, strengthening the public health system to support community health workers to provide quality healthcare to isolated communities.
Marie Stopes Madagascar (MSM) is the largest provider of long-acting contraceptives in Madagascar – offering reproductive health services in all 22 regions via five different service delivery channels and working with communities to meet local needs.
Missouri Botanical Garden maintains a permanent presence in Madagascar, with a local team working on community-based conservation initiatives including reforestation efforts, environmental education and biodiversity festivals.
Ny Tanintsika (local partner of Feedback Madagascar) aims to alleviate poverty among rural communities near Fianarantsoa through a participatory and integrated approach – recognising the links between environmental degradation and poor health.
Pivot combines accessible and comprehensive health services with rigorous scientific research to save lives and break cycles of poverty in a rural community near Ranomafana National Park.
Planet Madagascar is a community conservation, education and development project that aims to conserve biodiversity and alleviate poverty in the Ankarafantsika National Park of northwest Madagascar.
Population Services International (PSI) helps low-income people gain access to essential health products and services – supporting a network of clinics and assuring reliable supply chains for affordable branded health products including contraceptives.
Projet Jeune Leader is a youth-led organisation providing comprehensive reproductive health and leadership education to young people in and around Fianarantsoa. They are currently piloting a menstrual awareness and reusable sanitary pad project.
Reef Doctor is a British marine conservation organisation that does coral reef research as well as marine management, education and social development projects with local fishing communities in southwest Madagascar.
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew maintains a permanent presence in Madagascar, with a local team working with Kew UK staff on taxonomic research and the conservation of species and biodiversity by communities.
SEED Madagascar is a British charity that works with communities in southeast Madagascar to alleviate poverty, improve health, diversify livelihoods and conserve ecosystems.
Tany Meva has implemented conservation and reforestation projects around several of Madagascar’s national parks and protected areas, and also funds environmental projects undertaken by local associations and communities.
The British Embassy develops and maintains relations between the United Kingdom and Madagascar, dealing with a range of political and economic issues, and supporting small-scale development and conservation projects.
The Duke Lemur Center’s SAVA Conservation Initiative aims to protect biodiversity through a multifaceted programme including environmental education, freshwater aquaculture and voluntary family planning.
The MacArthur Foundation supports a number of marine and terrestrial biodiversity conservation programmes in Madagascar, several of which address unmet community health needs.
The Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group (MFG) is an international NGO that enables individual zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens and related institutions to collaborate for the united purpose of conserving Madagascar’s biodiversity.
The Ministry of Environment, Ecology, Sea and Forests works in close collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health in line with the Libreville Declaration on Health and Environment in Africa.
The Ministry of Public Health works in close collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Ecology and Forests in line with the Libreville Declaration on Health and Environment in Africa.
The Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene works in close collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Environment, Ecology and Forests in line with the Libreville Declaration on Health and Environment in Africa.
The United Nations Fund for Population (UNFPA) supports a number of sexual and reproductive health programmes in Madagascar, and has also supported projects integrating family planning services with biodiversity conservation initiatives.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) supported a number of large-scale PHE programmes in Madagascar during the 2000s that were implemented by members of the Voahary Salama platform.
The United States Embassy develops and maintains relations between the USA and Madagascar, dealing with a range of political and economic issues, and supporting small-scale development and conservation projects.
USAID Mikolo is a five-year project managed by MSH, which trains and supports community health volunteers to provide quality healthcare in isolated communities.
Voahary Salama is a platform of Malagasy associations who implement integrated PHE programmes and work closely with government partners in order to promote the inclusion of this approach in national policy.
Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a large international conservation NGO that has experience integrating healthcare with natural resource management in the Makira Natural Park of northeastern Madagascar.