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SEED Madagascar launching it's biggest project to date

Partnership project to tackle malnourishment in Madagascar's Anosy region

SEED is excited to launch the next step in our efforts to improve the health status of children aged 6-59 months in Madagascar's Anosy region. In partnership with Humedica and the German Federal Foreign Office, this 3 year project aims to reduce acute malnutrition, strengthening health service delivery, and promote positive social behaviour.

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Limited Lemurs

Limited edition lemur prints available to donors of SEED Madagascar's Project Ala, as illustrated by Louise Miller (of MTV, EA Games and Disney).

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SEED hoping to set shining example

Humanitarian and conservation charity hoping solar conversion will inspire and educate

SEED is aiming to convert its office in Fort Dauphin, Madagascar to use solar power, decreasing reliance on fossil fuels, saving funds and improving electricity reliability.

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