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Getting involved with Project Sekoly through the short-term scheme (2-3 weeks) provides a fantastic opportunity for those wanting to contribute to SEED Madagascar's established construction work in the stunning Anosy region of south east Madagascar. Working in a group of like-minded international volunteers, with a team of Malagasy guides and an international group coordinator, you may get involved in building schools, wells or latrines, in an area where access to education and sanitation can be poor.
This scheme is ideal for motivated volunteers looking for a fitness-building outdoors experience that really makes a difference to the lives of impoverished communities.You will be camping for the duration of your program, and provided with tasty simple meals using local ingredients of rice,beans, fruit and vegetables!
Dates for 2019:
8th January - 21st or 28th January
2nd April - 15th or 22nd April
2nd July - 15th or 22nd July
1st October - 14th or 21st October