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Communal reforestation of mangroves and native species in the Sahamalaza-Radama BR

More than 2.000 people have been involved in planting more 1,200,000 mangrove seedlings, as well as other native species including fruit trees. The aim of the project is to help restore crustacean habitat, protect the BR coastal area and raise awareness.

Type: Conservation of biodiversity, Education and awareness raising

Field of activity: Ecosystem/habitat restoration

Responsible body: Sahalamaza BR

Period: 2020

Contact: Christian O. Mahefa - mahefa.christian@yahoo.fr

Area of operation: Sahalamaza BR

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