Geographical Fieldwork Grant

Project Madagascar was supported by an RGS-IBG Geographical Fieldwork Grant, the Jeremy Willson Charitable Trust and the Gilchrist Educational Trust.

Find out more about the full range of grants available to support students and researchers with their fieldwork.

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