Antananarivo Information and Awareness Centre






Black sea-Mediterranean flyway


WLI Africa


Name of organisation

Antananarivo Information and Awareness Centre

Funding support


Number of staff


Number of visitors per year


Overall aims of the centre

"To inform and educate future users of natural resources".

- To inform pupils, students, members of clubs or groups about the importance of biodiversity and the environment in general.

- To encourage pupils and students to take responsibility and good practice in relation to environmental issues.

- To inform pupils and students about the importance of biodiversity, particularly Malagasy biodiversity.

- To assist teachers in the preparation and treatment of environmental themes dictated by the school curriculum.

- To sensitise visitors to environmental problems and encourage them to take part in the necessary measures to obtain solutions.

Description of the centre

Work Areas

Main CEPA work area

Education of young children; Working with primary schools; Working with secondary schools; Developing resources / materials

Top three successes

ANIMATION WORKSHOP, PROJECTION, EXHIBITION: these activities took place every Wednesday afternoon. (the day the schools are closed. So the targets have time to visit the Centre.

Top three challenges

NATURE OUTING: insufficient or lack of financial means and the realisation of this activity depends on the availability of the targets.


Interpretation techniques

Producing written materials; Using audio-visual tools

Visitor centres

Running a visitor centre


Working with disabled people; Engaging hard-to-reach groups; Engaging young people; Engaging the local community; Working with volunteers

Education and communication

Early years education; Working with primary schools; Working with secondary schools; Developing resources / materials




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