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Strategic plan 2015-2020
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Dahari’s first three annual reports are available.
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Competing land-use in a small island developing state: using landscape approaches to manage sustainable outcomes in the Comoro Islands (Click to open full article in English)
La concurrence d’usage des terres dans un petit état insulaire en développement : utiliser une approche paysage pour engendrer des résultats durables aux Comores (cliquer to open the article in French)
This article was written by: Hugh Doulton, Misbahou Mohamed, Gill Shepherd, Siti Mohamed, Badroudine Ali, Neil Maddison
It has been lectured at: XIV WORLD FORESTRY CONGRESS, Durban, South Africa, 7-11 September 2015
Out of the darkness: the first comprehensive survey of the Critically Endangered Anjouan Scops Owl Otus capnodes (Click to open full article)
This article was written by: Kathleen E. Green (Bristol Zoological Society), Hugh Doulton, Ishaka Said , Amelaid Houmadi and Daniel M. Salim (all Dahari), Soufiani M’Madi (University of Comores), Samuel P. Lloyd (Imperial College London), Bronwen M. Daniel and Richard P. Young (Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust).
It was published in Bird Conservation International in October 2014.
Author’s rights: Cambridge University Press
Link to the article online: http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0959270914000185
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“Hadisi ya Ismaël” was produced by the ECDD Project and tells the story of a farmer from Anjouan, Ismaël Issouf Abdallah. The film won second prize at the “Comoros International Film Festival” 2012.
Ismaël Issouf Abdallah was born in the village of Adda. Over the last ten years, he made six attempts to reach Mayotte. His boat was stopped at the border three times by the police and another three times his crossing succeeded but he was arrested and sent back later. By 2012, he’d had enough. He decided to set himself up permanently in Adda and get started in agriculture. He needed to restore fertility to his land, which he had inherited from his father, so he contacted the team at ECDD to ask their advice. With the help of Badroudine Ali and the other technicians on the project, he succeeded in his project and he now reaps the benefits every day.