History

Tany Meva, the first Malagasy environmental foundation

  • 1995: 1st law 95-028 on foundations in Madagascar
  • 1996: creation of the first foundation bearing Malagasy Environment Foundation name Tany Meva recognized charity
  • 1997: reception of staffing in the amount of $ 6,000,000, setting up the first Board of Directors composed and first award of grants under the PACT SAVEM USAID project
  • 1998: obtaining a 501 © (3) giving exemption from the federal tax on investment income in the US
  • 2000: the amount of allocated funding to $ 1 million
  • 2001: Financing Schwartz Foundation
  • 2004: Adoption Strategic Plan II from 2004 to 2008, the first financing of the US MacArthur Foundation
  • 2004: 1 co-financing by Conservation International, UNF, EPT and the Norwegian Foundation in the amount of $ 190,000
  • 2005: 1 funding Liz Claiborne / Art Ortenberg Foundation in the Southwest, financing with Conservation International in the Middle East of Madagascar and UNESCO World Heritage Site in South East
  • 2007: financing of co-funded by Conservation International project, UNF, EPT, Norwegian Foundation for Environment and Tany Meva to promote World Heritage Phase II sites in the South of Madagascar cluster for Midongy National Park – Befotaka in the amount of $ 190,000
  • 2006: MacArthur funding
  • 2008: obtaining MACEI price of the MacArthur Foundation reserved for innovative and creative institutions among the partners of this foundation with a reward of 350,000
  • 2010 launch of the five-year Strategic Plan (2010-2014), creating the first Tahala Meva development center in Atsimo Andrefana region and launching the first exhibition of Ethanol in Madagascar
  • 2011: Project financing early PHEDER (Pico Hydro Electricity service From Rural Development) co-funded by the European Union, the GEF SGP, ADER (Development Agency for Rural Electrification), and Tany Meva up to € 2 352758
  • 2011: first collaboration with the World Food Programme in the South West and ACP-FLEGT
  • 2012: $ 350,012 funding Helmsley Trust Foundation for Southwest
  • 2015: $ 5,000,000 financing with the CEPF program in the Indian Ocean region
  • Strategic Plan 3 (2010-2014)

Strategic Priority 1 : Accountability target communities

  • Empowerment of communities
  • Increased absorption capacity of communities
  • Thematic Focus: Environment and Community
  • Geographical Focus: Adoption of a regional cluster approach

Strategic Goal 2 : Increase the capacity of funding

  • Diversification of funding sources
  • Optimization of jobs and project management

Strategic Priority 3: Strengthening Governance

  • Increased visibility
  • Presence and providing solutions to debates on environmental issues
  • Enlargement of the skills and expertise of the Board and its Committees
  • Strengthening the integrity, efficiency and transparency of the Foundation