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Off the Beaten Track… the route to one of our most challenging (and inspiring) projects to date.

Esinda is an extremely isolated community in the southeastern region of Anosy, and is the most remote location where SEED is currently operating. During this initial visit, SEED’s team observed a critical need for education as well as water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) infrastructure, and was immediately struck by the unparalleled passion for education displayed by the community.

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Preventing Palmageddon – Planting to save six threatened palm species in southeastern Madagascar

February 2024 marked the culmination of nearly three years of hard work for SEED Madagascar’s Project Palms, as nearly 500 threatened palms were planted across protected forest fragments in the Sainte Luce littoral forest. This blog details the inaugural planting and tells the story of how exactly Project Palms got to this point.