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


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These photos show the reality in Madagascar, illustrate some of our work in action, and show the impact SEED Madagascar has. They are just a small selection, so if you are looking for something specific please get in touch.

Child with facepaint at World Environment Day A Malagasy sunset Mahialambo primary school
Kids study on the floor at Tsagnoria primary school A handwashing game A yellow frog
Purses made by the women of Stitch Sainte Luce Traditional wooden pirogues at Sainte Luce A traditional Malagasy dance
Volunteer in lemur suit A ring-tailed lemur Tafa and a Pioneer bricklaying for a school
An Azafady English teaching volunteer with her students Lomba with a handwashing tap and latrine
Kids pose in a classroom window
A sifaika lemur Rainforest at Sainte Luce A young man with Moringa trees

Please note: All SEED Madagascar photographs are subject to copyright. These photographs may be reproduced in publications and online provided they are properly credited. Please contact us first to let us know you are using them. Thank you.


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Corporate Social Responsibility in Madagascar

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WASH in Madagascar

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).
  • More than half of the people in Madagascar suffer from chronic malnutrition (Office National de Nutrition 2013).
  • At only $22 per day, the Malagasy national health system is amongst the worst funded in the world (WHO, 2014).
  • Madagascar currently ranks 120th out of 128 countries listed on the Women’s Economic Opportunity Index (Economist Intelligence Unit 2012).
  • In the Anosy region only 35% of the population is literate (INSTAT, 2010).