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Paradise Lost?: Lessons from 25 years of USAID Environment Programs in Madagascar (Final Report)

Paradise Lost?: Lessons from 25 years of USAID Environment Programs in Madagascar (Final Report)
by Rose Hessmiller last modified Jul 30, 2014 08:53 PM
Contributors: Freudenberger, Karen

(Final Report) The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) was one of the major supporters of environmental conservation programs in Madagascar for a quarter-century. Recent political changes put this investment at risk. What can policymakers and field practitioners learn from this experience about the fragility of development success? USAID commissioned International Resources Group (IRG) to produce a retrospective of its Madagascar programs and their evolution over the years. Long-time practitioner Karen Freudenberger interviewed dozens of individuals and reviewed scores of documents in telling this tale. The result is a comprehensive overview of USAID environmental interventions in Madagascar, and highlights important lessons for all who are interested in conservation and sustainability. Featured in News: USAID RM Portal Featured Stories on July 21, 2010.

Author(s): Freudenberger, Karen

Publication Date: 2010

Location: Madagascar

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