Investing in people and the environment

Money for Madagascar has always seen human development as essentially linked to environmental protection.

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Teachingthe next generation

Teaching Malagasy children to respect and nurture their environment is critical to the survival of Madagascar’s biodiversity.

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Supporting community based conservation

Enabling local people to truly benefit from forest conservation is the only sustainable way of protecting biodiversity

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Adding value by adding forests

Often the best way to protect an old forest is to plant a new one. Money for Madagascar is working with local Malagasy people on projects involving reforestation and sustainable livelihoods.

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Money for Madagascar -Malagasy Solutions to Madagascar’s Challenges

Madagascar, whilst famous for its astonishing flora and fauna, is a country in crisis. After decades of economic disarray, levels of income, healthcare and education are amongst the lowest in the world with an estimated 70% of the country living in poverty.  Meanwhile population growth is putting enormous pressure on precious rainforest, more than half of which has disappeared. In response to this social and environmental crisis, UK charity, Money for Madagascar was founded in 1986 by

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Our Projects

Our projects tackle many of the key issues facing Madagascar today: food security, loss of bio-diversity, poor health and extreme poverty. We also respond to emergencies, from cyclone relief to feeding programmes for street kids and their families. With modest resources we have built a record that we, our supporters and our Malagasy partners are proud of.

Protecting & Enabling Vulnerable Children

MfM works to transform the lives of vulnerable children in and around the capital.  Orphaned,

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Forests and Livelihoods

Deforestation and food-insecurity are on the increase in Madagascar. Both of these are linked to

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Education for Life

MfM’s Education for Life (Ed4Life) programme is working to tackle key obstacles to educational access

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Disaster Resilience

Madagascar faces natural disasters, usually in the form of cyclones, on an almost annual basis!

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