MADAGASCAR, MADAGASIKARA VOAKAJY
Narindra has a Master Diploma in Applied Ecology (Antananarivo, Madagascar), and a Masters in Agriculture and Forestry Management (Helsinki, Finland). She is also a cartographer, having worked for many international projects such as the Missouri Botanical Garden, Conservation International and World Bank. She currently works at Madagasikara Voakajy as a Conservation Unit Associate for the Ankafobe Forest, and has been responsible for Ankafobe Forest’s protected area monitoring since 2017. Over the last 7 years she has worked as a wildlife researcher, guide, and environmental educator across Madagascar. She understands that conservation depends on people, especially local people, and if they don’t see the connection between their own well-being and wildlife, then they will not be responsible for the environment.