Toko telo

Interactive online conversations

Sharing experiences from the front lines of community-led marine conservation

Join us for a series of interactive online conversations, called Toko telo: Sharing experiences to foster better community-led conservation.

The events each include a facilitated conversation with an international panel in English, followed by interactive workshops.

We are excited to announce a series of Toko Telo online conversations exploring the successes and challenges of community-led fisheries management and conservation.

We are looking for participants and contributors to the series so please contact us if you have relevant experience to share.

Toko telo

MAHAMASA-NAHANDRO​

‘Toko telo mahamasa-nahandro’ is a Malagasy proverb describing how when cooking without a stove you need to bring three rocks together to hold a pot above a fire. The saying is understood to mean that in order to achieve great things you need to work together, taking different ideas from multiple people to make something that works well.

This concept is the inspiration for our new series of online interactive discussions championing diverse voices, perspectives and sparking creative solutions for the future of community-led marine conservation.

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How can we strengthen health-environment partnerships to maximise impact for coastal communities?

Friday 25th February 2022

11:30 – 13:00 London & Dakar | 14:30 – 16:00 Antananarivo & Nairobi

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Meet the panel

The panel discussion will be chaired by Vik Mohan, Director of Community Health, Blue Ventures.

Format

This event will consist of two parts: a forty-five minute panel discussion with live questions to the panel in English, followed by a forty-five minute break out discussion in English and French (indicate preferred language when registering for the event).

Session objectives

To mark the International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture, this event will showcase how the recent UK Government funded ASPIRE project worked towards increasing the adaptive capacity of coastal communities and small-scale fishers to climate change. The event will bring together organisations that have collaborated on the ASPIRE project, which aimed to build community resilience to climate change by strengthening the integration of sexual and reproductive health services with community-based conservation activities. This will be a unique opportunity to hear insights from actors in both conservation and sexual reproductive health sectors, as well as from experts in human-centred design.

In this session we will discuss and explore: 

  1. The principles and benefits of cross-sectoral, health-environment programming and how this can be applied in coastal communities.
  2. Innovations developed under the ASPIRE project to strengthen community resilience to climate change through improving sexual and reproductive health and rights, and
  3. The principles of effective collaboration between partners from different sectors, and how HCD has supported the process.

This event will consist of two parts: a forty-five minute panel discussion with live questions to the panel in English, followed by a forty-five minute break out discussion in English and French (indicate preferred language when registering for the event).

To mark the International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture, this event will showcase how the recently UK Government funded ASPIRE project worked towards increasing the adaptive capacity of coastal communities and small-scale fishers to climate change. The event will bring together organisations that have collaborated on the ASPIRE project, which aimed to build community resilience to climate change by strengthening the integration of sexual and reproductive health services with community-based conservation activities. This will be a unique opportunity to hear insights from actors in both conservation and sexual reproductive health sectors, as well as from experts in human-centred design.

In this session we will discuss and explore: 

  1. The principles and benefits of cross-sectoral, health-environment programming and how this can be applied in coastal communities.
  2. Innovations developed under the ASPIRE project to strengthen community resilience to climate change through improving sexual and reproductive health and rights, and
  3. The principles of effective collaboration between partners from different sectors, and how HCD has supported the process.

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