Eco-Schools Indian Ocean is currently run by ISLANDS who’s work funded by the European Union is focussed on the following countries:
Madagascar and Comoros
Eco-Schools Indian Ocean is coordinated in Madagascar and Comoros by the WWF Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean Office in partnership with IOC/ISLANDS, the National Eco-Schools Committee for Madagascar and the National Eco-Schools Committee for Comoros.
Mauritius & Rodrigues
Eco-Schools Indian Ocean will be coordinated in Mauritius and Rodrigues by the National Eco-Schools Committee for Mauritius in partnership with ISLANDS
Eco-Schools Indian Ocean is coordinated in Zanzibar by ISLANDS in partnership with the Ministries of Environment and Education and the National Eco-Schools Committee for Zanzibar
Seychelles have their own Eco-School programme (link to http://www.ecoschoolseychelles.org/) and awards developed by the Seychelles Ministry of Education running in schools for more than 20 years. The Seychelles Eco-School programme is an important partner of Eco-Schools Indian Ocean and has helped with the development of this programme. Eco-Schools in the Seychelles are encouraged to share their ideas, projects with other schools in the region by registering on this site.
While La Reunion Island is a participant in ISLANDS it is not a beneficiary country and Eco-Schools for La Reunion and Mayotte is operated by Eco-Ecole France.