SEED's Rural WASH Team are currently working in over 1,200 villages across three districts of the Anosy region in Madagascar. In this week's blog post we interview five team members to find out how the work is going and what a typical day for them is like.
Coronavirus / COVID-19
SEED Madagascar will always act responsibly to protect the community of Fort Dauphin, and the people throughout Madagascar that we work with and employ. As of August 2020, we are continuing to carry out our programmes in Madagascar, but we are constantly monitoring the situation and following official advice.
What we're doing
Read more about the situation in Madagascar and what we're doing to help.
How you can help
Our financial resources are extremely limited, but we are taking action to increase community preparedness.
Buy a mask in the UK for £5, fund 5 masks in Madagascar. Protect yourself and people in Madagascar!
Momba ny Coronavirus
Fampahalalana momba ny Coronavirus eto Madagasikara (fiteny malagasy)
Get your business or organisation Coronavirus ready with English and Malagasy resources.
Our volunteering programmes in Madagascar are currently suspended, but you can register your interest for when they resume.
As this situation continues, we will be publishing accurate, verified information about Coronavirus on our social media channels: https://www.facebook.com/SEEDMadagascar/
We are working towards sustainable, environment, education and development goals across southeast Madagascar.
What makes us different?
We're a small organisation focused on just one region of one country.
We don't have fancy offices or high-paid staff, we spend more money on our projects.
We work with local people to find sustainable solutions.
From the SEED blog
Talking about conservation, development and sustainability in Madagascar. All articles
Lomba, SEED’s head of construction, has sparked the development of contactless handwashing facilities at the SEED office using innovative methods and materials. Read more about how the prototype developed in this week's blog.
Collaborative research by the University College London, the Zoological Society of London and SEED Madagascar has been published in a leading scientific journal. In this week's blog post Marine Specialist Danick Trouwloon summarises the new paper.
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For a small organisation like SEED Madagascar, your contributions make a real difference. With a few clicks, you can provide the support that could change someone’s life by donating towards our vital project work in southeast Madagascar.
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Corporate Social Responsibility
We work with businesses to ensure your funding has a positive, measurable impact.
Marathons & races
Calling all runners! We have regular places available in marathons and other events.
We're one of the first charities in the UK to accept cryptocurrency donations.
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