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Azafady project work - boys carrying school benches

Find out about Azafady’s integrated development and conservation projects working with local communities in south east Madagascar.

Azafady project work - volunteers tree planting

Our award-winning Pioneer scheme, Azafady Conservation Programme, and short-term volunteering opportunities give you the chance to contribute to our community projects in Madagascar for 2–10 weeks. For those pursuing a career in international development or conservation we also run internships and long-term specialist voluntary placements.


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Follow Reza Pakravan and Steven Pawley on their ground-breaking cycling challenge and world record attempt whilst raising funds for Azafady's school building project.

Azafady project work - Stitch Sainte Luce  hands and bracelets

Please support Azafady so we can continue our vital work alleviating poverty and conserving unique biodiverse forest habitats in south east Madagascar.

Visit our new ‘Stitch Sainte Luce’ web shop to buy and browse through the beautiful handmade products made by the wonderful women in St Luce.


“Madagascar is an unrepeatable experiment; a set of unique animals and plants evolving in isolation for over 60 million years. We are still trying to unravel its mysteries; how tragic it would be if we lost it before we even understood it.” David Attenborough, Madagascar, BBC, 2011

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