Monthly Archives: June 2016

Mon séjour à Honko, by Camille

La mangrove d’Ambondrolava, située au sud-ouest de Madagascar, est un écosystème très particulier. En effet, deux types de forêts de mangrove existent à Madagascar, les mangroves estuariennes et les mangroves littorales. La mangrove d’Ambondrolava appartient à ce second type, possédant … Continue reading

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Mon séjour à Honko, by Camille

La mangrove d’Ambondrolava, située au sud-ouest de Madagascar, est un écosystème très particulier. En effet, deux types de forêts de mangrove existent à Madagascar, les mangroves estuariennes et les mangroves littorales. La mangrove d’Ambondrolava appartient à ce second type, possédant … Continue reading

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Geckos and Octopus trees and Outhouses, oh my!, by Amelia

I had wanted to visit Madagascar for two reasons: the first was a biology professor who inspired my interest when he said, “If you want to see the animals and plants that exist only in Madagascar, you have to go … Continue reading

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Honko revisited – former volunteer Jes looks back at her experience

Honko revisited is a new feature of our blog, where we are getting in touch with former volunteers to look back on their experiences in Madagascar and see how their time at Honko has shaped where they are now. First … Continue reading

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