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SEED Madagascar

Org #1052
Vetted since 2013 Site Visit Verified
1994
year founded
$130,753
raised on GlobalGiving
11
years fundraising
5
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
Zac Hill
Zac Hill
Sarah King
Sarah King
Team
Mark Jacobs, Zac Hill, Lisa Bass
Organization Information
Studio 7 1a Beethoven Street
London, London W10 4LG
United Kingdom
+ 44 (0) 20 8960 662

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #4970342549
Organization Information
Studio 7 1a Beethoven Street
London, London W10 4LG
United Kingdom
+ 44 (0) 20 8960 662

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #4970342549

Project Reports

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Jan 10, 2020
Long-Term Conservation Through Education
Since October 2019, Project Ala has been lucky enough to work with young people from the local community to help change attitudes towards conservations and sustainability. By engaging youth about the...
Dec 19, 2019
A Creative Way to Teach Beekeeping Skills
A key part of project Renitantely is providing our beekeepers with skills such as honey and wax harvesting and keeping hives healthy. Successful beekeeping involves developing an understanding of...
Dec 12, 2019
The First High School in Ranomafana
When Ranomafana Lycée (high school) was established in 2013, it was allocated five government-paid teachers but not provided with any infrastructure, leaving the high school students without a...
 
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