Recovery & Resilience Child with plumpy sup Delivering food Improving children's health and education

SEED Madagascar

Org #1052
Vetted since 2013 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
1994
year founded
$266,465
raised on GlobalGiving
13
years fundraising
7
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

SEED Madagascar is a UK registered charity working alongside a Malagasy NGO which aims to help people in communities in SE Madagascar tackle extreme poverty and preserve one of the planet's most unique and endangered environments, working towards health and well-being, sustainable livelihoods and effective management of natural resources. The charity relies on overseas volunteers to support its grassroots projects and it works through various media to raise awareness at an international level about Madagascar.

Project Leaders
Mark Jacobs
Mark Jacobs
Melissa Hornby
Melissa Hornby
Sarah King
Sarah King
Team
Mark Jacobs, Melissa Hornby, Lisa Bass
Organization Information
Studio 7 1a Beethoven Street
London, London W10 4LG
United Kingdom
+ 44 (0) 20 8960 662
Organization Information
Studio 7 1a Beethoven Street
London, London W10 4LG
United Kingdom
+ 44 (0) 20 8960 662

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Dec 21, 2021
New Schools in Emagnevy and Mandiso
Despite 63% of children completing primary school, only 35.5% of children in Madagascar graduate from lower secondary school. These issues are amplified in rural schools across Madagascar’s...
Nov 11, 2021
Celebrating World Lemur Day
Today across Madagascar, 103 of the 107 surviving species of lemurs are threatened with extinction, with four of these species found in the Sainte Luce Littoral Forest. World Lemur Day is a global...
Nov 3, 2021
Local Ownership and Innovations in SEED's Projects
The past few months have highlighted the severity of the impacts of climate change and severe droughts on crop survival and food security in Madagascar. Compounded by the economic impacts of COVID-19...
 
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