The conservation programme of SEED Madagascar is based in the coastal region of Sainte Luce, surrounded by threatened fragments of coastal forest. You will combine hands-on conservation fieldwork on endangered species including lemurs, reptiles and amphibians, with community initiatives and environmental education. Anybody aged 18 or over may apply to join the programme. To apply for a place on the SEED Madagascar Conservation Programme you can apply online.
SEED Madagascar (Sustainable Environment, Education & Development in Madagascar) is an award-winning British registered charity. Operating in southeast Madagascar, they manage a wide range of sustainable development and conservation projects across the Anosy region. Alongside this, they aim to raise global awareness of Madagascar’s unique needs and build constructive partnerships to aid development.