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Association Analasoa

Madagascar, Africa

  • Capacity Building and Training
  • Endangered Species
  • Wildlife Conservation
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  • Verified Partner
    One of Conservation Allies' staff or trusted advisors has visited this organization and verified its work and impact.
  • Legally Constituted
    This organization is formally constituted and is a legally recognized non-profit in its country of origin.
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  • Effective Impact
    We recognize this Partner for their tremendous efforts to make a difference for wildlife and local communities, as well as welcome technical support from Conservation Allies to improve and scale up their impact.
  • Conservation Action Heroes
    We recognize this Partner for their high level of engagement with the Conservation Allies team and their demonstration of a clear commitment to our collective mission of making a real difference and having a major impact on wildlife and communities where it is needed most.

About Association Analasoa

The Analasoa Association is located in Tsimanampesotse National Park (TNP) of southwestern Madagascar, an area that is considered one of the world’s highest conservation priorities.  The site contains different habitats including coastal areas, the Mahafaly plateau, and the southwestern spiny forest of Madagascar.  These dry, spiny forests represent a unique and highly diverse ecosystem with an exceptionally high number of endemic species.  It is also one of Madagascar’s most threatened vegetation types — the forest cover was reduced by 45% between 1973 and 2013.  Inhabited by the Mahafaly people, whose livelihoods are dependent entirely on the use of natural resources, TNP is also one of the most economically and climatically disadvantaged regions. High forest degradation rates are the result of fire, grazing, slash-and-burn agriculture, logging, and production of fuelwood and charcoal.

Their Challenges

Located in one of the most impoverished parts of Madagascar, the challenges of sustaining wildlife and natural habitat are immense and can only be successfully overcome through the active participation of both local community members and Tsimanampesotse National Park officials.  These challenges include significant deforestation and wildlife poaching.  

Their Approach

Association Analasoa takes a varied approach, managing a variety of conservation and sustainable development programs. They empower local communities to shift their understanding of conservation.  They manage educational nurseries, implement capacity-building programs, and much more.  Association Analasoa has achieved remarkable success through their initiatives and programs.

Why They Need Your Help

Your donation will help protect endangered species, increase the surveillance of Tsimanampesotse National Park, increase the capacity for ecotourism in the area.  Donations directly contribute to the positive transformation of TNP, fostering biodiversity conservation among future generations.

Conservation Allies charges no overhead fees or administration costs, meaning 100% of your donation goes directly to the Partner or Project of your choice.  All donations made from the United States are fully tax-deductible.