The SSIP focuses on Sub-Saharian African countries, included Madagascar, because of their extraordinary but threatned biodiversity, mainly due to extreme poverty.
In these countries, livelihoods rely on ecosystem-based services, whereas today 60% of them are degrated. In those régions, natural resources can then be considered a sort on "life insurance" for communities and must be protected: that is why the SSIP supports initiatives reconciling development and conservation to build new models of sustainable development.
on the same regionstudypublished in April 2019Brochurepublication2006-2016 : 10 years of FFEM'S support of the Small-Scale Initiatives for a Full-Scale Programme (SSIP )for African civil societypublished in August 2016best practicesmethodological guidepublicationpublished in February 2014publicationpublished in June 2012publicationpublished in January 2009
on the same topicpublicationThe role of marine protected areas in sustaining fisheries: The case of the National Park of Banc d’Arguin, Mauritaniapublished in September 2020studyAssociation between temporal patterns in helminth assemblages and successful range expansion of exotic Mus musculus domesticus in Senegalpublished in June 2020studypublished in April 2019capitalizationpublicationSmall-Scale Initiatives Programme (PPI) : Capitalizing on experience gained in projects co-funded by FFEM between 2006 and 2016published in September 2016Brochurepublication2006-2016 : 10 years of FFEM'S support of the Small-Scale Initiatives for a Full-Scale Programme (SSIP )for African civil societypublished in August 2016capitalizationpublicationpublished in July 2014
from the same collectionstudypublished in April 2019publicationpublished in June 2017Brochurepublication2006-2016 : 10 years of FFEM'S support of the Small-Scale Initiatives for a Full-Scale Programme (SSIP )for African civil societypublished in August 2016publicationpublished in March 2016publicationpublished in March 2015publicationpublished in October 2014