SEED Madagascar

SEED Madagascar

£210.1K

Raised so far

  • 492 Donors
  • 15 Fundraisers

About us

SEED Madagascar (Sustainable Environment, Education & Development in Madagascar) is an award-winning British registered charity (number 1079121) founded in 2000.

Operating in the south-east of Madagascar, we manage a wide range of sustainable development and conservation projects within the town of Fort Dauphin, as well as with numerous rural communities across the Anosy region. Alongside this, we aim to raise global awareness of Madagascar’s unique needs and build constructive partnerships to aid development. We can proudly state that 92% of all donations go directly to support our charitable aims and we constantly work to ensure that our administrative costs are kept as low as possible.

Our Vision

A resilient network of thriving communities, organisations and ecosystems across Madagascar.

Our Mission

To enhance the capacity of individuals, communities, organisations and governmental bodies in fulfilling sustainable development and conservation goals in southeast Madagascar.

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SEED Madagascar is fundraising towards

‘Bee’ kind & make Christmas last this year! 🐝

Give an opportunity for education, a secure income, improved health, and environmental sustainability to Madagascar. Madagascar is one of the world’s incredible biodiversity hotspots with 80% of its plants and animals being both unique and forest-dependent. But with deforestation at over 90%, Madagascar is at the forefront of ...

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Tree Planting in Madagascar with JTree

Planting and protecting forests, and repairing the damage already done to them, is essential to the survival of all life. JTree is a collective Jewish response led by Eco Synagogue . Project Ala aims to increase and improve viable habitat for three nocturnal species of lemur in Sainte Luce littoral forest ...

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Noble Caledonia Support Project Sekoly

It is Noble Caledonia’s vision to improve economic, social and environmental conditions in the areas they work and visit and so in 2013 they established the Noble Caledonia Charitable Trust. With the company covering the administration costs, the Trust is able to transfer 100% of donations directly to the ...

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