As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to work on a range of educational
schemes, gaining a valuable insight to the many challenges faced by communities
living in and around Fort Dauphin, while making a real difference to the lives
of some of the poorest people on the planet.
Join award-winning charity, Azafady, to volunteer on a variety of development projects in the coastal regions of southeast Madagascar. Project areas include health/sanitation, sustainable livelihoods and conservation; there is something for everyone on this project!
Programs run for 10 weeks, 4 times per year starting in October, January, April and July. Please see website for details.
Help protect some of the most endangered forest habitats in the world! Join award-winning charity, Azafady, on this exciting and innovative programme, integrating conservation research on critically endangered flora and fauna with community initiatives in southeast Madagascar.
Community Construction Project
Join award-winning, development charity, Azafady, and help build a school in an isolated and beautiful Malagasy village. Immerse yourself in this unique culture, meet like-minded people and help this charity make a lasting difference!
Contact: email@example.com, www.azafady.co.uk
Volunteer in Madagascar
is an award winning not-for-profit organisation dedicated to facilitating projects and expeditions that enhance global marine conservation and research. The field research of Blue Ventures projects is carried out by our overseas volunteers, who work closely with our field research scientists and camp staff. We are currently looking for overseas volunteers to work at our site in Andavadoaka, Madagascar in Africa.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.blueventures.org
people and places
Responsible Volunteering in Madagascar
We offer several projects where volunteers work with local people to help them achieve the futures they want for themselves. Each individual volunteer can make a genuinely worthwhile contribution to ongoing programmes in communities of immense cultural richness, with great ethnic and religious tolerance — yet often economically poor and in need of help, especially in the areas of education, business and economic development.
Contact: email@example.com, www.travel-peopleandplaces.co.uk
Volunteer Research Program in Magagascar
A small not-for-profit organisation which completes coral reef research and conservation on unstudied reef in SW Madagascar. ReefDoctor has positions in its volunteer research programme to anyone with diving qualification (min. of PADI OpenWater) willing to join for a minimum of two months. Volunteers learn underwater survey techniques, including fish and coral ID skills, belt transects, quadrats etc, help to teach English at our local school and participate in our survey dives (twice a day).
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.reefdoctor.org