Would you like to become a Volunteer with the Madagascar School Project? We are always in need of helping hands at home and abroad.

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Our work in Madagascar is supported by volunteers who share their time, expertise and ideas. Volunteers spend from two weeks to three months or more with us.

We have just formed an International Youth Circle made up, so far, of university students from Canada and the Netherlands. They meet online and work together to research, mentor, connect and help in any way they can. 

Please contact us to ask about current opportunities.

Did you see the solar oven that villagers are now using to cook rice without charcoal or wood? That's the work of a volunteer who saw a need, had a good idea, built and tested the prototype, and shared the idea with the villagers in our community.

So far 36 people have made volunteer trips here, and every one of them has touched the lives of people in our community. It's fair to say that every one of them has been touched in return by the spirit of the Malagasy people.

If you're interested in a unique volunteer experience and in making a difference, please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you. 


Here are just some of the areas where volunteers can contribute

French/English language
Waldorf education
knitting and crafts
physical education
permaculture gardens
agriculture and forestry
solar ovens
medical volunteering