What we do.

Learn more about ReefDoctor’s projects such as Coral Restoration and Marine Turtle Fishery Management.

Produced and edited by Lucy Fisher and Scott Hadley – 2014.


Newsletter “Resources” (Vol 1, Issue 4, 2014)

Check out our Special Edition: “Darwin Initiative” – providing alternatives to destructive fishing practices and advancing marine turtle conservation.

Newsletter Resources – Issue 4 – 2014 – English


ReefDoctor Attends 16th Annual Reef Conservation UK Conference

London ConferenceHeld on the 7th December at the Zoological society of London ReefDoctor attended the 16th Annual conference for Reef Conservation UK (RCUK) attended by 130 International scientists from a range of organisations and Universities from across the UK.

Roderick Stein-Rostaing and Marine Gouezo presented two posters at the conference on our community managed FANO turtle conservation project and on the to be published results of the ecological effects of protection on the first community managed marine reserve the Rose Garden in the Bay of Ranobe SW Madagascar.

The conference was a great opportunity to learn about the latest reef research and conservation initiatives from all around the world. We look forward to attending again next year!

ReefDoctor – Ecological effects of a community managed marine reserve in the Bay of Ranobe SW Madagascar

ReefDoctor – Marine turtle fishery Bay of Ranobe SW Madagascar and the transition to community management


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Emmy award-winning doc of our local fishermen

Bernardin Jean (Maro) Bezozo, President of Fikambanana MPaniriky Miaro ny Fano (FI.MPA.MI.FA), the turtle management association of the Bay of Ranobe, narrates this stunning tale.

Hoda, the son of ReefDoctor employee Azy, sets sail 100 km north on a tiny boat to try to find out why the Vezo’s relationship with the ocean has fallen out of balance.

You can order the full film at http://www.voyageofthevezo.com

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The local school is now rebuilt after the Cyclone

We managed to help raise enough money to rebuild the local school after the cyclone early this year. The opening ceremony of the Ifaty school repair reported on national Malagasy news was a great day and can be seen below:

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