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Useful resources and information for use by journalists, fundraisers and anyone supporting our work.

Press enquiries

If you are researching a piece about Madagascar which relates to SEED's work, we are happy to assist. Our staff have over 20 years experience working on the ground in Madagascar, as well as in-depth knowledge of our projects and the wider context. We have several staff members (Malagasy and International) available who have experience giving interviews and working with the media.

  • Mark Jacobs, Managing Director – or via phone +44 (0)20 8960 6629
  • Lisa Bass, Director of Programmes and Operations –
  • Tsina Endor, Deputy Director -


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Madagascar: The facts

  • Approximately 95% of Madagascar’s reptiles, 89% of its plant life, and 92% of its mammals exist nowhere else on Earth (WWF, 2014).
  • In the past 20 years Madagascar has been struck by 35 cyclones, 8 floods, and 5 periods of severe drought (a three-fold increase over the previous 20 years) (USAID, 2016)
  • Almost 80% of the population lives on less than $1.90 per day (World Bank, 2018)
  • In the Anosy region where SEED works, 51.5% of 6-10 year olds have never been educated at school (World Bank, 2018)
  • As of April 2021, there are 1.14 million people suffering from severe food insecurity in Madagascar (ReliefWeb, 2021)
  • 70% of the Anosy region lacks access to safe drinking water (UNICEF, 2021)
  • COVID-19 has pushed 1.4 million people in Madagascar into extreme poverty due to job losses in key manufacturing and service sectors, as well as the sudden loss of income for informal workers affected by lockdowns in major cities (ECHO, 2021).
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Our work has been featured by BBC News, The Times, and Al Jazeera amongst others.