SEED Madagascar

SEED Madagascar is an award-winning British registered charity (number 1079121) partnered with an independent Malagasy NGO. Founded in 1994, we work on a wide range of projects both within the town of Fort Dauphin and with numerous rural communities across the Anosy region.

Our mission is to alleviate poverty and conserve unique and biologically rich but greatly endangered forest environments in south east Madagascar by empowering some of the poorest people to establish sustainable livelihoods for themselves and improve their well-being.

We are proud to be able to say that 87% of all our donations go directly to support our charitable aims and we constantly work to ensure that our administrative costs are kept as low as possible. Our approach is one of partnership with local communities as we work to alleviate poverty and support environmental conservation. Our integrated sustainable development initiatives support some of the world's most vulnerable people in threatened and irreplaceable environments.

All of our projects are sensitively built around what are directly expressed to be the most pressing needs of marginalised communities. We have over 12 years of project experience in south east Madagascar and during this time have developed strong working relationships with the local population, maximising their participation in all stages of project development, design, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

SEED Madagascar is a recognised regional specialist in capacity building at the community level (empowerment, information, education and training, advocacy) and it is estimated that over 100,000 people have benefited from our projects over the last decade.

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SEED Madagascar Reviews

Great organisation

I have volunteered at SEED Madagascar for 3 months in 2012. It was not only the best place I have ever volunteered, but it was one of the best 3 months of my life. It is a great organisation, where you feel like you make a difference. The fee for the project is very well invested in Fort Dauphin. They are very well respected and have a great relationship with the city and surrounding communities. The Southeast of Madagascar is neglected by every major volunteer world organization, even though it is the poorest area of I've of the poorest countries in the world and SEED fills that void as best as they can. If you're looking for a vacation, look elsewhere, but if you're looking to work hard and make a big difference in people's lives I truly recommends SEED for a life-changing experience. I will return on the future.

By: Jeremy Lamontagne
Nationality: Canadian
Age: 30

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