In Madagascar, the world’s largest Oceanic island and a critical area for sustainability, widespread deforestation has compromised an important remaining forest link between two regions containing key biodiversity areas: Analamanga and Alaotra Mangoro.
The protected area of Anjozorobe Angavo is a remaining primary forest corridor, harboring 558 species of plants, 9 species of lemurs, 34 species of amphibians, 36 species of reptiles, and 75 species of birds.
YSL Beauty is supporting the restoration of this corridor through collaboration between both authorities and communities, including a robust site monitoring program to ensure ecosystem health. The target of this program is to restore 400,000 trees by 2023.
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