WWF is involved in supporting the Protected Areas System of Madagascar and
is mobilized to support direct actors and collaborators in this approach: partner
institutions and civil society organizations.
Thus, WWF contributed to the transformation of the forest corridor of Marojejy Anjanaharibe South Tsaratanana (COMATSA) into a protected area straddling three regions of northern Madagascar. It also, among others, supported the establishment of a broad coalition of 52 associations of civil societies in the pre-mentioned areas, in addition to the communities of Maintirano who are working on the restoration of mangrove forests in the Manambolo Tsiribihina landscape and accompany the healthy adaptation measures to climate change in the intervention areas.