|ICTE / MICET||Conservation International||Madagascar Ankizy Fund|
|ICTE (Institute for the Conservation of Tropical Environments) and MICET (Malagasy Institut pour la Conservation des Ecosystèmes Tropicaux) have been implementing conservation projects in Madagascar since 1991. They have been critical in sponsoring and facilicating Sadabe activities at Tsinjoarivo since 2000.||Based in Washington DC, but with field offices in 29 countries throughout the world, CI is one of the world's leadest international conservation NGOs. Sadabe has worked with the CI Madagascar staff since 2007 to co-ordinate conservation at Tsinjoarivo within a regional and national framework. Since 2009, CI Madagascar has been the main funding source for our development and conservation initiatives.||The Madagascar Ankizy Fund is an NGO dedicated to improving the quality of education and health care available to children in remote regions of Madagascar. It was founded by Dr. David Krause as an outgrowth of his paleontological research in Berivotra, NW Madagascar, and activities in Madagascar include the construction of schools and hosting dental clinics.|
|Ministry of Environment, Ecology, Ocean and Forests (Madagascar)||Taratra Reny sy Zaza||University of Antananarivo|
|MEEMF is the Malagasy ministry that oversees forest and biodiversity protection in Madagascar. We collaborate with and assist their staff at the Regional office at Antsirabe and the District office at Ambatolampy. MEEMF was a key collaborator in the reforestation initiative started in 2005, and our ongoing conservation efforts.||Taratra Reny zy Zaza is a local community organization in Mahatsinjo including traditional midwives, mothers and young women. Sadabe collaborates with Taratra to promote activities designed to improve education, health and prosperity of local women and children.||All Sadabe research at Tsinjoarivo has been conducted collaboratively with the University of Antananarivo, specifically through the Department of Paleontology and Biological Anthropology (DPAB) and the Department of Animal Biology (DBA).|
|Lemur Conservation Network||Chimp-n-Sea|
|SADABE is proud to be a member organization of the Lemur Conservation Network, which was established in 2014 to link various organizations implicated in efforts to conserve Madagascar's lemurs.||Chimp'n'sea is an NGO dedicated to wildlife conservation, especially of primates and marine ecosystems. We are working with Chimp'n'sea to run "vEcotours" (virtual ecotourism over internet) at Tsinjoarivo.|
Organizations that have provided financial support - Thank You!
|Margot Marsh Biodiversity Foundation||Primate Conservation, Inc||National Geographic Society|
|The Margot Marsh Biodiversity Foundation, administered by Conservation International, provided the primary financial support for Sadabe research at Tsinjoarivo from 2000-2007.||PCI was founded by Noel Rowe in 1992 to support research focused on endangered and little-known primates. PCI has supported Sadabe research and public awareness activities at Tsinjoarivo since 2000.||The Committee for Research and Exploration of the National Geographic Society provided financial support for the 2008-2009 health assessment project for lemurs at Tsinjoarivo.|
|St. Louis Zoo||Biodôme de Montréal||Primate Action Fund|
|The St. Louis Zoo Field Research and Conservation fund provided funding for the 2008-2009 health assessment project for lemurs at Tsinjoarivo.||The Biodôme de Montréal is one of the four Montreal's Nature Museums along with the Botanical Garden, Insectarium and Planetarium. Starting in 2009, the Biodôme has helped Sadabe with fundraising efforts associated with their temporary Madagascar habitat.||Primate Action Fund, administered by Conservation International, funds urgent conservation projects related to endangered primates. PAF funded censuses and public awareness activities in 2007-2008.|
|IdeaWild||International Primate Protection League|
|IdeaWild is a US-based not-for-profit that "empowers the heroes and sheroes of the planet" through donation of equipment and supplies to conservation projects; they funded our request for camera traps and a computer in 2014.||Founded in 1973 by Shirley McGreal, IPPL has worked tirelessly to protect primates in the wild and in captivity. IPPL provided funding for Sadabe research and public awareness campaigns.|
None of the Sadabe activities would have been possible without the co-operation and collaboration of the Malagasy government, and we are grateful for their ongoing support. Specifically, we thank the Ministry of Environment, Ecology, and Forests (MEEF), the Ad-Hoc Committee for Flora and Fauna (CAFF/CORE), the government of the Vakinankaratra Region, the government of Tsinjoarivo Commune, and the leaders and communities of the various fokon'tany in which our activities occur.
We are also extremely grateful to Stephen Nash of Conservation International for our logo and Matthew Martin for graphics.