Madagascar

OUR PACKAGES IN MADAGASCAR

Community Care

Madagascar

Africa

Actively engage in the development of a local community by working to setup a showcase site.

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Construction and Renovation

Madagascar

Africa

This beautiful island nation is the best place to work on our construction and renovation project.

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Kindergarten Teaching

Madagascar

Africa

Work in a local kindergarten in Nosy Be and teach the children basic English in an informal and fun way!

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Mangrove Forest Conservation

Madagascar

Africa

Get on to this exciting program and get involved in the conservation of endemic species of flora and fauna!

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Nosy Be Introduction Week

Madagascar

Africa

The best way to become familiarized with customs, surroundings, atmosphere and more of this rich and colourful country.

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Nosy Be Lemurs Project

Madagascar

Africa

Get on to this exciting program and get involved in the conservation of endemic animal species! Here the Lemur is of focus.

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Teaching Project

Madagascar

Africa

Teach basic conversational English to children from different age groups from rural villages in Nosy Be.

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Name: Republic of Madagascar (Repoblikan’i Madagasikara)

Population: 25,054,000

Capital: Antànanarivo

Language: Malagasy (official) and 17 dialects apart from the official Malagasy language and French.

Currency: Ariary (Ar or MGA)

Time zone: UTC +3:00

MORE ABOUT MADAGASCAR

Because of its isolation from the major continents, Madagascar is considered as a jewel in biodiversity terms, an exotic country with a high concentration of endemic species. Madagascar’s flagship species are 100% endemic with 101 lemur species. Of 285 bird species recorded 105 are unique to the country. Three fourths of Madagascar’s 860 orchid species are endemic to the island and 6 of the world’s 8 baobab species are found nowhere else in the world. But, human presence constantly threatens these wonders. Over 90% of Madagascar’s wildlife is endemic and cannot be seen wild anywhere else on earth.

Madagascar’s cultural richness differs from one ethnic group to another. And, 18 ethnic groups form the Malagasy population whose culture is based on the respect of the ancestors and the unity of the living.

Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island. It is one of the richest countries for biodiversity, but economically one of the poorest nations. 75.3% of Malagasy live under the poverty line, and the gap between the rich and poor is widening day by day. Despite dire poverty, Malagasy society remains open-hearted to everyone who takes time to discover and enjoy its natural and cultural heritage. This land of smiles and contrasts is ready to take you on your next adventure whether helping out in local communities or just exploring. This island located at the crossroads of the African and Asian worlds will surely amaze your senses. Madagascar will certainly shift the way you see the world.

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