What We Need
Our conservation programme is based in the beautiful coastal region of Sainte Luce, surrounded by extremely rare and threatened fragments of littoral (coastal) forest. You will combine hands-on conservation fieldwork on endangered species including lemurs, reptiles and amphibians, with community initiatives and environmental education.
When & Who
You can join from a minimum of 2 weeks, up to a maximum of 10 weeks. To participate in the full range of activities you will want to stay for the full 10 weeks!
What we Provide
Whilst participating on the volunteering programme the main accommodation is staying in a tent.
To participate on the SEED Madagascar Conservation Programme, we ask for a non-refundable deposit of £200 to confirm your place and then a pledge to raise a donation towards our charitable causes:
2 weeks = £795
4 weeks = £1395
6 weeks = £1795
8 weeks = £2195
10 weeks = £2495
Your donation supports the charitable work of SEED Madagascar. Funds generated by the programme support the charity's programmes in Madagascar.
Additionally, volunteers need to cover their own pre-departure costs which are often around £1000-££1500 but vary depending on programme duration, your country of departure and seasonality
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More Services we Offer
Detailed orientation covering Malagasy culture and background information
Professional guide team 24/7
Hands-on training for those who haven’t done construction work before!
All your food while with SEED Madagascar
Support before, during, and after your scheme from dedicated people
A proper adventure!
Additional Info about Us
SEED Madagascar (Sustainable Environment, Education & Development in Madagascar) is an award-winning British registered charity. Operating in southeast Madagascar, we manage a wide range of sustainable development and conservation projects across the Anosy region. Alongside this, we aim to raise global awareness of Madagascar’s unique needs and build constructive partnerships to aid development.