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financements en cours

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2 projets en cours :

  • - KMMC

  • - TAFO MIHAAVO

12 projets en cours :

  • - TSARAFARA

  • - Blanche Neige

  • - Razafiarivony Marie Elia

  • - NY ANJARAMASOANDROKO

  • - SAFF FJKM Isoavina

  • - ESSA LRA

  • - Lycée Mpanefa Iraka

  • - Lycée Ambohimalaza Miray

  • - ONG EDEN

  • - TSARAFARA - ANKARABE

  • - FJKM Foibe

  • - AIDER

1 projets en cours :

  • - SEUA

3 projets en cours :

  • - Association FANAMBINA

  • - VASIA

  • - ONG AKANY TSIMOKA

13 projets en cours :

  • - VOI MILA VONJY - Betioky Atsimo

  • - FIFAFI SUD OUEST

  • - TSIRY TE HIAVOTRA

  • - MIHAVAO

  • - CBT

  • - ASS MIARINA

  • - MAHAVITA TSARA

  • - ONG LGW

  • - MAHALOMBA

  • - COLLE LUTHERIEN AMBOHIMAZAVA

  • - ONG BEAM MADAGASCAR

  • - COOPERATIVE ALOALO

  • - Scarimad

1 projets en cours :

  • - AJIPAD - Farafangana

0 projets en cours :

3 projets en cours :

  • - FEEM

  • - Association Tanjona

  • - AMI

5 projets en cours :

  • - CRADES

  • - SOAMANEVA

  • - MAVOA

  • - TSIMOKA

  • - AVT2D

3 projets en cours :

  • - HAONASOA

  • - NY TANINTSIKA

  • - FJKM Foibe

1 projets en cours :

  • - Association MIRAY SOA

4 projets en cours :

  • - ASSOCIATION INTERCOMMUNALITE MAMISOA

  • - Association Voahary Maitso

  • - SOANAVELANDRAZANA

  • - VOHITSARA TSIMIALONJAFY

1 projets en cours :

  • - The Peregrine Fund

0 projets en cours :

2 projets en cours :

  • - ONG MADIO

  • - MAMA

6 projets en cours :

  • - TARATRA

  • - FIAMA

  • - FMTIA

  • - VOI TSARAFANDRAY

  • - FFA3A

  • - TPF

2 projets en cours :

  • - ONG SAFIDY

  • - NY TANINTSIKA

6 projets en cours :

  • - MADAGASCAR NATIONAL PARKS

  • - A2DM

  • - GIDM

  • - MFR

  • - MATATAGNA MIJORO

  • - MADAGASCAR NATIONAL PARKS

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Target

Communities, NGOs and associations are the beneficiaries of this type of funding. Up to February 2019, 40 projects were funded in 15 regions for a total amount of more than EUR 480,000.

Strategic Plan

The types of activities carried out are various: reforestation, energy (rural electrification through the establishment of hydropower plants and solar panels, promotion of improved fireplaces and green fuel), environmental education, conservation of species and ecosystems, natural forest restoration and mangrove, rice growing, income-generating activities, infrastructure construction (schools, tracks, canals, hydroagricultural dams, etc.).

Type of activity

In accordance with Tany Meva’s strategic plan, the projects respond to 4 themes:

  • Improving the well-being and living conditions of communities
  • mitigation and adaptation to climate change impacts behaviour change

THE FOUNDATION’S OWN FUND

CRITICAL ECOSYSTEMS PARTNERSHIP FUND

Situation

Established in 2000, the Critical Ecosystems Partnership Fund (CEPF) aims to meet the challenge of conserving it by giving members of civil society (Ngos, private sector, academic institutions) from developing countries and economies in transition, ways to protect biodiversity hotspots, the world’s richest and most vulnerable ecosystems.

About the program

The fund is a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, the Global Environment Facility, the Government of Japan, the Mac Arthur Foundation and the World Bank.

Intervention zone

The CEPF operates in 9 hotspots around the world, including that of MADIO, which includes Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles and Comoros. This strategic area has 79 key biodiversity areas and is also supported by the Helmsley Foundation.

Result

In 2015, the Tany Meva Foundation became the manager of the CEPF fund. The Regional Implementation Team (RIT) consists of a leading team, three project managers, two national managers in the neighbouring islands, a financial and administrative analyst and a driver. This team is under the supervision of Tany Meva’s Executive Management.

THE PICO HYDRO ELECTRICITY PROJECT FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT OR PHEDER

What the hell is that?

Initiated in 2011, the Pico Hydro Electricity for Rural Development (PHEDER) project contributes to the implementation of the national electrification program. More specifically, it promotes pico power stations for rural electrification and for the launch of development in the Analamanga and Amoron’i Mania regions.

Intervetion area

Six municipalities in two districts (Anjozorobe and Ambositra) benefit from this project: Amboasary, Amparantajona, Ambatomanoina, Kianjandrakefina, Ambohimitombo II and Andina.

HELMSLEY TRUST FOUNDATION

Situation

The funding supports actions, projects and programmes in line with Tany Meva’s new strategic plan, focusing on promoting sustainable development:

  • the sustainable conservation of terrestrial, lake, coastal and marine ecosystems and related services;
  • improving the well-being and living conditions of communities,
  • the contribution to climate change mitigation.

Intervention zone

Funding is particularly targeted at the following sites:

  • Amboboka Natural Resources
  • Andravitsiazo Natural Resources
  • Tsinjoriake Protected Area

Perspective

The amendment in May 2018 for an extension of the period of use of this fund amounts to USD 143,743 and extends until 30 June 2019.

MAKIRA COMMUNITY CARBON FUND

Makira

Located in the north-east of Madagascar, Makira covers approximately 372,470 ha and has a population of 90,000. It is the largest block of wet dense forests still intact in Madagascar. Makira is home to 17 species of lemurs, 300 species of plants including 50 species of palm trees; it is the best refuge for several heritage species including fosa and the snake eagle.

Potential

Threats to habitat and biodiversity, but also to the site’s ability to generate carbon credit. The carbon sales mechanism (REDD+) has indeed been identified as a potential source of sustainable financing for the park.

3000Achievements

Community development projects were completed, including the construction of two schools inaugurated in 2018 (Ambalamahogo and Ankijanibe). Tany Meva has also financially supported the platforms and federation of basic communities (COBA).

Situation

Thanks to its exceptional biodiversity and its high rate of endemism, it was declared a natural park in 2012. Despite this final protection status, the park is still under pressure (clearing, cutting, illegal logging and mining resources, hunting).

The project

Until 2018, Fondation Tany Meva had managed the Makira Community Carbon Fund (FCCM) consisting of 50% of the carbon revenues generated. As its name suggests, the CF is dedicated to the development of the Makira waterfront communities.

Achievements

Community development projects were completed, including the construction of two schools inaugurated in 2018 (Ambalamahogo and Ankijanibe). Tany Meva has also financially supported the platforms and federation of basic communities (COBA).

Partnership

Under the supervision of the Ministry of the Environment, Makira is co-managed between the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), delegated manager, and local communities, renewable resource managers at the park protection area level.

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