Category Torotorofotsy Ramsar Site

Team behind the scenes – meet our staff

Development policy, project plans and objectives are important issues, but why not change the focus every now and then? We think it is time to pay attention to people who put the plans into practice and get things done in the field. So let us introduce to you two members of our local staff in […]

Empowering Rural Women by Promoting Traditional Knowledge on Sustainable Utilization of Plant Materials, Madagascar

Menalamba Torotorofotsy women, like almost all rural women, have inherited the incredible traditional knowledge of elders on handcraft. Usually, handcraft products are not for sale but for daily use. The few that are sold are for the local markets and sold at derisive price. Producing handcraft which are not in fashion doesn’t generate attractive added […]

The rising of Rural Menalamba Women for the Conservation of their Wetland

Menalamba is a malagasy word meaning red clothes or red shawls. Menalamba is the name of a group of small villages (fokontany) located in the North West of Andasibe, District of Moramanga, Region of Alaotra Mangoro, Madagascar. Torotorofotsy Wetland, the 4th Ramsar site of Madagascar is located in Menalamba village (Coordinates: 18° 53´06.32”S, 48° 22´11.51”E). It is […]