The team of MWC and a representative of the association of guards from the village Andreba came to Ambato to represent the activities of the association and Camp Bandro during the World Environmental Day. The assistants of the projects AlaReLa and AMBio and helped to install the stand.
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Potential for reconciliation and recovery in Madagascar
Let’s be blunt. With 90 percent of its population living with less than 2 US dollars per day, a rampant spread of Bubonic plague and failure to provide electricity to most of its citizens, there are very few reasons to be cheerful during the holiday seasons in Madagascar. Yet, things may not be as bleak as they seem.
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Students and academic staff from the Research Group Ecology and Environmental Education of the University of Hildesheim and the Institute of Zoology of the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover together with Madagascar Wildlife Conservation inform the visitors of the Hannover Adventure Zoo on the 25th / 26th as well as on 30th / 31th of October at an information stand about the most endangered species of lemurs.
From the 25th to the 31th of October 2014 the lemurs of Madagascar will be the focus of the world attention. During this period the 22 regions of Madagascar are in tune to celebrate the value of these endemic species and the unique Malagasy biodiversity. A celebration that will find a world wide audience as all zoos in the world that house lemur species will be part of the festival, hence it will have a global dimension. The festival will take place in America, Europe, Asia, the islands of the Indian Ocean and Africa.