Organization

SEED Madagascar

London, ENG, United Kingdom | http://www.madagascar.co.uk

About Us

SEED Madagascar (formerly Azafady) is a UK registered charity and Malagasy NGO working in partnership with disadvantaged communities to improve living standards and quality of life in positive coexistence with the fragile and unique local environment. Founded in 1994, the organisation works in 30 of the most impoverished villages on the globe and in the urban centre of Fort Dauphin, south east Madagascar, home to a population of some 300,000 people.

SEED works with local people to conserve threatened forests situated along 70 km of coastline, home to countless endemic and endangered species.

The Fort Dauphin NGO has 70 local employees and there are three full time staff working in the London office. SEED typically works with about 80 volunteers in London and Madagascar every year.

SEEDs aim is to help the poorest communities in Madagascar to empower themselves and develop in sustainable ways, increasing local access to health care and education. A core priority is to conserve the delicate ecosystems of Madagascar through facilitating viable alternatives to deforestation. Our programmes are at the frontline of global conservation and development work, with integrative and innovative projects emphasising training, capacity building and education geared towards helping local people to help themselves.

SEED Madagascar (formerly Azafady) is a UK registered charity and Malagasy NGO working in partnership with disadvantaged communities to improve living standards and quality of life in positive coexistence with the fragile and unique…

Areas of Focus Include

  • Community Development
  • Economic Development
  • Environment
  • Rural Areas
  • Volunteering

Location

Studio 7, 1a Beethoven Street, London, ENG W10 4LG, GB

Current listings by SEED Madagascar

JobsLocationDate Posted
Head of Conservation and Sustainable LivelihoodsTaolagnaro, Toliara Province, MadagascarMay 22, 2019
Monitoring, Evaluating, and Learning Specialist (Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights)London, United KingdomMay 17, 2019
Head of Project Development (Environment and Sustainable Livelihoods)Taolagnaro, Toliara Province, MadagascarMay 10, 2019
Media and Communications Intern/OfficerFort Dauphin, MadagascarMay 10, 2019
Volunteer OpportunitiesLocationDate Posted
Conservation Research AssistantSainte-Luce, Toliara, MadagascarApril 3, 2019
Trustee/DirectorLondon, United KingdomMarch 17, 2019