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Key messages for government and communities

In March 2023, PDRA Malalatiana Rakotoarivony and collaborator Harianaivo Ramanantoanina, along with interns employed by Conservation International, travelled to communities who had contributed to our main fieldwork studies in Fenerive Est and Antalaha to deliver talks to local leaders and community groups.

They presented this poster, which contains some of the key messages from the RC3 study:

Poster for communities – key messages

Conservation International, with the collaboration of the project team, have also prepared a policy briefing document to be shared with the governmental and NGO stakeholders who have contributed to our project, with a more detailed insight into our findings and how they can shape policy:

Policy Brief – English

PolicyBrief – French

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