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Parc National Terrestre
Andohahela
Andringitra
Ankarafantsika
Ankarana
Baie de Baly
Bemaraha
Isalo
Kirindy Mitea
Mananara Nord
Mantadia Andasibe
Marojejy
Masoala
Midongy Befotaka
Montagne d'Ambre
Ranomafana
Tsimanampesotse
Tsingy de Namoroka
Zahamena
Zombitse Vohibasia


Parc National Marin
Mananara Nord
Sahamalaza


Parc National Terrestre
Bemaraha
Betampona
Lokobe
Tsaratanana
Zahamena


Réserve Spéciale
Ambatovaky
Ambohijanahary
Ambohitantely
Analamerana
Andasibe Analamazaotra
Andranomena
Anjanaharibe Sud
Bemarivo
Beza Mahafaly
Bora
Cap Sainte Marie
Ivohibe
Kalambatritra
Kasijy
Mangerivola
Maningoza
Manombo
Manongarivo
Marotandrano
Montagne et Forêt d’Ambre
Tampoketsa Analamaintso


 

Madagascar National Parks
For a youth listening to nature




Madagascar National Parks turned to youth. A young audience who appropriates the attitudes and behavior favorable to conservation is already the hope for is serious for the future of protected areas. But it is also through these young people can call Madagascar National Parks adults. Based on young people to share a positive message to the environment, the organization affects parents, families and community. That strategy has paid off especially in rural areas.

Awareness is dedicated to youth conveyed by school camps, promotion of environmental clubs, film screenings or rotation of the famous "bag of interpretation".

Opportunities for internships or training courses are also offered. The aim is to encourage citizens to enjoy the natural heritage for its value in linking the issues of conservation of protected areas and those of economic development, tourism and social development. In 2007, approximately 9000 students and students of Antananarivo attended school classes organized by the Madagascar National Parks in protected areas.