We work to improve the country’s healthcare system and provide life-saving nutrition programmes.
Madagascar is one of the poorest countries in the world.
Though the country’s economy benefits from ecotourism, ecological research and a growing agricultural sector, the unequal distribution of wealth has left the vast majority of Malagasies living in poverty.
The country is also extremely vulnerable to the effects of climate change, in particular floods and cyclones. In 2019, a lack of rainfall and a powerful El Niño phenomenon (the unusual warming of surface water) led to the loss of 90% of the country’s harvest – leaving more than 60% of the population struggling to access food.