PiLOT Session: Suriname 2018

PICC Madagascar teamed up with Dr. Marilyn Norconk’s Suriname Forest Fragment Project (SFFP) conservation outreach program. Using the PICC curriculum as a pilot prior to our Madagascar launch to implement community education programs, we worked to cement community bonds to forest fragments and help residents develop a sustainable forest protection program.  

Learn more about the project launch here.

SUMMER Session: Madagascar 2020

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, a hybrid online and onsite “mini” session of PICC Madagascar, developed by our Director Kathy West and led by Project Chief Pascal Elison, took place in the forests near Masoala National Park in June 2020. See here for photos and story of the mini-PICC session.

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Mini-PICC Sessions: Madagascar 2021

Due to the ongoing pandemic and lack of vaccine availability in Madagascar, the PICC Project has again had to postpone its full, onsite session in Masoala National Park, Madagascar. We continue to conduct mini-PICC programs in numerous villages on the Masoala peninsula.

We are currently fundraising for these ongoing mini-PICC sessions being taught by Pascal Elison. Help support us with a donation here.