Cyclones hit Madagascar

Money for Madagascar’s Emergency Response. In January Tropical Storm Ana displaced 72,000 people in Madagascar.  Floods in the capital and the East swept away roads, crops and buildings, destroying lives and livelihoods in its wake. Money for Madagascar responded immediately with a recovery fund of £10,000 to assist the most vulnerable people in the communities we serve.  This rapid…

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MfM Covid-19 response in Maintirano

MfM Partners step-up to prevent Covid-19 before it reaches remote Maintirano. Money for Madagascar has sent appeal funds to two well established partners, SAF/FJKM Melaky and Association FIVEM to strengthen their campaign to prepare the population of Maintirano against COVID-19. The two organizations have joined forces with the local authorities, including the town Mayor, the Regional Director and the…

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MIA Supports Projects to Combat COVID-19 in Madagascar

  London, UK, April 24, 2020 – Chocolate brand MIA, short for Made In Africa, commits £500 of its 1 for Change impact fund to support MfM to reach more communities in Madagascar. To assist communities threatened by COVID-19, funds from MIA will help MfM to set up handwashing stations, back local production of face masks and finance free…

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How your donations are helping – Covid-19 Update

                      The two Akany Avoko centres are managing very well so far.  Grants from MfM have helped them to stock up on food, soap and medicines before they went into lock-down.  Akany Avoko Ambohidratrimo is blessed to have lots of space and well advanced vegetable growing and rainwater harvesting…

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Covid Crisis now medical Catastrophe in Madagascar

April 2021 – Update  Covid is now gripping Madagascar. My heart is aching for colleagues and friends that we have lost to Covid in recent weeks and with fear for more we may lose as the covid situation in Madagascar become very frightening . This time it’s not just a financial crisis for households in lockdown it’s a medical…

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Never too young to make a difference

Your never to young to start making a difference.  Isla a 10 year old supporter of Money for Madagascar saved a small amount of her pocket money each week and purchased £65 of alternative gifts from the MfM online shop.  Her gift will now provide some educational books for a school, one month of lunches for a street child,…

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