A few fun facts about the culture in Madagascar.
On Friday, I was lucky enough to co-present a lecture on Science and the Society to University of Bristol students. The lecture covered social entrepreneurship and innovation. This blog is a short summary.
Read about our brilliant day at Enterprise Nation's Festival of Female Entrepreneurs.
During our last weeks in Maintirano, we began to run workshops in the fishing villages. Check out the details, and a video!
We have passed our half way point, so what have we achieved so far? Find out here.
We have been interviewing fishermen from the Amnahalonko fishing village, finding out about their lives on the ocean and the dangers they face.
The start of our bouyancy vest journey in Madagascar.
My great grandmother visited Madagascar twice: once in 1953 and again in 1954. I discovered her letters and itinerary from her first visit at the SOAS archives.
Is China hampering or promoting sustainable development within Africa? This blog investigates China's presence in Angola, and it's implications for Angolan economic development.
Foreign aid is arguably a failed strategy for Africa. But is Social Enterprise a viable replacement?
There's more to Madagascar than the movie.
Find out more about the Vestability journey.