Month: May 2019


May
BBC News feature Fish Conservation Project
We’re excited to be featured on BBC News! This is a ‘BBC Africa One Minute Story’ featuring Force Ngwira, Country Director for RIPPLE Africa, talking about our efforts to stop the use of mosquito nets for fishing in Lake Malawi and how we’re empowering communities to take ownership of...
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May
Motorbikes are not a luxury
Our environmental projects cover huge areas which means that our hard working staff spend a large proportion of their day walking to and from projects.  Providing our managers and coordinators with a motorbike enables them to achieve so much more. Take our Changu Changu Moto project. We have provided...
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May
Community Sustainable Fisheries Management
Ripple Africa’s Fish for Tomorrow project has been supported through a Darwin Initiative main grant since July 2018. Fish for Tomorrow is a community led fish conservation project in Lake Malawi, the 9th largest lake in the world and home to over 850 different fish species, many endemic to...
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