WILDLIFE MADAGASCAR
NATURE PARK CONSERVATION

NATURE PARK CONSERVATION

Wildlife Madagascar aims to apply an integrated community conservation and development approach to protecting forests, along with the species that call them home.

Wildlife Madagascar endeavors to integrate conservation and development in their work areas, with the eventual goal of better integrating regional land-use planning with local economic and conservation needs. Bringing local knowledge and priorities together with a focused scientific and educational effort is our focus.

Wildlife Madagascar’s programs will introduce effective
co-management of forest through three main strategies
.

1

Safeguard areas that support local communities and wildlife and create an ecotourism enterprise to share the wonders of Madagascar with visitors.

2

Provide protection of the area through patrolling and monitoring, training, water-quality monitoring, and park border demarcation and enforcement.

3

Improve local and regional planning and decision-making with multiple stakeholders, related to conservation and development inside and surrounding the forest.