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Be part of a spirited team in Anosy, Madagascar and use your energy to help build schools, construct furniture or get involved in digging a well for water. Assist communities weakened by political instability and environmental damage, while exploring some of the most extraordinary island scenery on earth.

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  • Enjoy the Malagasy culture throughout your visit while working alongside a local team with 24 hour support.
  • Receive training to help to grow the education system and the water & sanitation infrastructure that is so greatly needed.
  • Help alleviate the educational crisis in Anosy where the illiteracy rate is one of the highest in the country at 80 percent, through teamwork and camaraderie.
  • Lend a hand making noticeable improvements to education in Malagasy where there is little or no access to basic levels of formal education.
  • Experience the rewarding feeling of accomplishment after a day’s practical work and enjoy the comfort of new friends, beautiful surroundings and extended travel opportunities.
Quick Facts Quick Facts
Minimum Stay 2 weeks
Impacts Building & Development
Destination Destination
Madagascar
Priced From Priced From
£ 795|
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Priced From
£ 795|

Detailed Project Pricing
2 Weeks GBP 795
3 Weeks GBP 995

Project Start Dates

2017 Program start dates are as follows: 

  • 8th January - 22nd/29th January
  • 6th April - 20th/27th April
  • 6th July - 20th/27th July
  • 6th October - 20th/27th October

 

Please do take note of the following Program breaks:

  • 15th March - 3rd April
  • 13th June - 3rd July
  • 12th September - 2nd October
  • 12th December - First week in Jan 2018

Our Prices Include:

  • All airport collection and returns. An African Impact team member will be waiting to meet you
  • All accommodation and food, including 3 meals a day
  • 24 hour support on every project and at the volunteer accommodation by onsite staff
  • Tea, coffee and filtered water

Our Prices Exclude:

  • Medical and travel insurance
  • Flights to your chosen destination
  • Weekend trips and other non-project activities
  • Alcohol. Please note this is not allowed during day time activities
  • Laundry

How your Volunteer Fee is Used:

Volunteer tourism, or ‘voluntourism’ as it is popularly known, is loosely defined as a holiday in which you give back to the land you are visiting; contributing to either community development or conservation. But it’s so much more than that. Voluntourism encompasses a new trend of responsible tourism, where travelers are making informed and responsible choices and planning trips which don’t negatively affect the country or communities they are visiting. When volunteering, it is critical that travelers choose a volunteer organisation or charity with a proven ethos and philosophy around sustainable and responsible tourism practices. This applies both to their work with local communities, wildlife and our volunteers themselves.

African Impact is proud to have a 10 year track record of facilitating responsible volunteer programs in Africa, providing 24 hour support and guidance for volunteers and offering on-going support to communities in need. Understandably, these operations cost money to run and this is where the volunteer fee comes in.

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Work & Impacts

Latrine building

Latrine Building

Charity work in Africa is key to providing subsidised latrines where households are unable to afford the full cost of one. Volunteer work includes wire cutting for the cement pit of the latrine, cement mixing and moulding for the SanPlat, side slabs and lid, and sawing and chiselling to create the wooden frame for the latrine building above the ground.

Each household receiving a latrine makes a small financial contribution towards the materials and labour costs. After you and your team mates have prepared the wooden frame, the beneficiary household digs the hole for the latrine and the frame is assembled and put in place.

School building

School Building

School building work generally takes a number of months to complete. You will receive training in basic construction and safety, including Malagasy building techniques. The work includes digging and filling foundations, constructing reinforced wire walls and concrete pillars and then filling these in with bricks, cement and clay to form strong walls.

School renovations repairs

School Renovations & Repairs

Madagascar is subject to a harsh climate with extreme and unpredictable weather conditions. These conditions have taken their toll on older wooden school buildings. You will assist in the repairs by building verandas around the schools to protect their walls from the elements and replacing any damaged wooden planks and doors.

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Fun & Travel

Things to do in your spare time

Explore the Beaches

Madagascar has a variety of beaches to explore - some on the tourist trail, and others a little more remote and undiscovered.  The most popular beaches are in Diego, Anakao, and on the islands of Nosy Be, Sainte Marie, & Nosy Ve.

Avenue of the baobabs

Avenue of the Baobabs

The remarkable Baobab tree can be found all around Madagascar, and just an hour from Morondava there are a unique set of trees lined along the road for some exceptional photo opportunities at sunset.

Big tsingy stone forest

Big Tsingy Stone Forest

The Stone Forest is not easy to get to, but is very well worth taking time after your volunteer program to give it a visit. It takes a complete day via 4×4 on very rough terrain to get to the world's largest stone forest, where high spiked towers of eroded limestone tower over the greenery. Despite its cold, dangerous appearance, the 300ft stones are home to a number of animal species, including 11 types of lemur.

Explore the Wildlife

Madagascar and the islands surrounding it have eight plant families, five bird families, and five primate families that live nowhere else on planet earth.  There are the 70 different species of lemur and transparent chameleons throughout the island. There are also a variety of parks to visit including Berenty, Andasibe-Mantadia, Ankarana Montagne d’Ambre and Masoala.

Diving

Madagascar has great diving opportunities.  The diving hotspots are mainly on the Northern coast in the cities of Nosy Be & Diego.  You can also find good diving in Ifaty, Anakao, Morondava, and around the islands of Sainte Marie.

Whale Watching in Madagascar

You are able view the rare humpback whale throughout the entire year in the waters near Saint Marie on the eastern coast, but the best time to view them is from June to September.

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About the Anosy Region

About the anosy region

About the Destination

During your African Impact volunteer experience in Africa you will be based in the Anosy region of Madagascar, a beautiful and remote part in the south eastern region of the country. You will be placed in the stunning coastal town of Fort Dauphin, or in a rural village. Camping with an international group of volunteers, you will very quickly become like a small family unit, and will work hard and have loads of fun together, sharing the opportunity to explore the surrounding landscape.

Tents and basic camping facilities are provided. When in Fort Dauphin, you will camp at the stunning lake-side site of Lanirano, which is fully equipped with flush toilets and showers as well as electricity for charging cameras, iPods, mobile phones and the like. Laundry services are also available locally. Whilst working at the project sites, the facilities will be more basic but there are always latrines and private washing amenities available.

A resident cook travels with the team and is responsible for preparing meals for you each day. Food is simple, but tasty, nutritionally balanced and locally sourced. A plentiful supply of treated drinking water will always be available and, in addition, soft drinks, snacks, beer and rum are usually available to buy locally.

By partaking in these volunteer opportunities in Africa you’ll acquire a new appreciation for your own life, be bewildered by nature’s amazing scenes and most probably, never be the same again.

Back to Top

Feedback from our volunteers

Melissa Duckworth

I can’t say a negative word about the whole thing... I loved it, I’m in the process at the moment of looking to do it again…I would tell someone to definitely do it if they have an interest in physical work and volunteering. I met amazing people and had a great experience.

Michaela MCaffrey

I feel that I made a positive contribution to a long-term effort to enhance the lives of the people of Madagascar… I have become more confident, more comfortable in myself. I made friends from a range of places and discovered a part of the world that I am determined to revisit.

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Volunteer Programm Dates 2016

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Community Building & Construction, Madagascar

how would you like us to contact you?
via phone
Full Name*
Email*
Phone Number
*Required
start a live chat instead

Be part of a spirited team in Anosy, Madagascar and use your energy to help build schools, construct furniture or get involved in digging a well for water. Assist communities weakened by political instability and environmental damage, while exploring some of the most extraordinary island scenery on earth.

Azafady 287
  • Enjoy the Malagasy culture throughout your visit while working alongside a local team with 24 hour support.
  • Receive training to help to grow the education system and the water & sanitation infrastructure that is so greatly needed.
  • Help alleviate the educational crisis in Anosy where the illiteracy rate is one of the highest in the country at 80 percent, through teamwork and camaraderie.
  • Lend a hand making noticeable improvements to education in Malagasy where there is little or no access to basic levels of formal education.
  • Experience the rewarding feeling of accomplishment after a day’s practical work and enjoy the comfort of new friends, beautiful surroundings and extended travel opportunities.
Quick Facts Quick Facts
Minimum Stay 2 weeks
Impacts Building & Development
Destination Destination
Madagascar
Priced From Priced From
£ 795|
Back to Top

Dates & rates

Priced From
£ 795|

Detailed Project Pricing
2 Weeks GBP 795
3 Weeks GBP 995

Project Start Dates

2017 Program start dates are as follows: 

  • 8th January - 22nd/29th January
  • 6th April - 20th/27th April
  • 6th July - 20th/27th July
  • 6th October - 20th/27th October

 

Please do take note of the following Program breaks:

  • 15th March - 3rd April
  • 13th June - 3rd July
  • 12th September - 2nd October
  • 12th December - First week in Jan 2018

Our Prices Include:

  • All airport collection and returns. An African Impact team member will be waiting to meet you
  • All accommodation and food, including 3 meals a day
  • 24 hour support on every project and at the volunteer accommodation by onsite staff
  • Tea, coffee and filtered water

Our Prices Exclude:

  • Medical and travel insurance
  • Flights to your chosen destination
  • Weekend trips and other non-project activities
  • Alcohol. Please note this is not allowed during day time activities
  • Laundry

How your Volunteer Fee is Used:

Volunteer tourism, or ‘voluntourism’ as it is popularly known, is loosely defined as a holiday in which you give back to the land you are visiting; contributing to either community development or conservation. But it’s so much more than that. Voluntourism encompasses a new trend of responsible tourism, where travelers are making informed and responsible choices and planning trips which don’t negatively affect the country or communities they are visiting. When volunteering, it is critical that travelers choose a volunteer organisation or charity with a proven ethos and philosophy around sustainable and responsible tourism practices. This applies both to their work with local communities, wildlife and our volunteers themselves.

African Impact is proud to have a 10 year track record of facilitating responsible volunteer programs in Africa, providing 24 hour support and guidance for volunteers and offering on-going support to communities in need. Understandably, these operations cost money to run and this is where the volunteer fee comes in.

Back to Top

Work & Impacts

Latrine building

Latrine Building

Charity work in Africa is key to providing subsidised latrines where households are unable to afford the full cost of one. Volunteer work includes wire cutting for the cement pit of the latrine, cement mixing and moulding for the SanPlat, side slabs and lid, and sawing and chiselling to create the wooden frame for the latrine building above the ground.

Each household receiving a latrine makes a small financial contribution towards the materials and labour costs. After you and your team mates have prepared the wooden frame, the beneficiary household digs the hole for the latrine and the frame is assembled and put in place.

School building

School Building

School building work generally takes a number of months to complete. You will receive training in basic construction and safety, including Malagasy building techniques. The work includes digging and filling foundations, constructing reinforced wire walls and concrete pillars and then filling these in with bricks, cement and clay to form strong walls.

School renovations repairs

School Renovations & Repairs

Madagascar is subject to a harsh climate with extreme and unpredictable weather conditions. These conditions have taken their toll on older wooden school buildings. You will assist in the repairs by building verandas around the schools to protect their walls from the elements and replacing any damaged wooden planks and doors.

Back to Top

Fun & Travel

Things to do in your spare time

Explore the Beaches

Madagascar has a variety of beaches to explore - some on the tourist trail, and others a little more remote and undiscovered.  The most popular beaches are in Diego, Anakao, and on the islands of Nosy Be, Sainte Marie, & Nosy Ve.

Avenue of the baobabs

Avenue of the Baobabs

The remarkable Baobab tree can be found all around Madagascar, and just an hour from Morondava there are a unique set of trees lined along the road for some exceptional photo opportunities at sunset.

Big tsingy stone forest

Big Tsingy Stone Forest

The Stone Forest is not easy to get to, but is very well worth taking time after your volunteer program to give it a visit. It takes a complete day via 4×4 on very rough terrain to get to the world's largest stone forest, where high spiked towers of eroded limestone tower over the greenery. Despite its cold, dangerous appearance, the 300ft stones are home to a number of animal species, including 11 types of lemur.

Explore the Wildlife

Madagascar and the islands surrounding it have eight plant families, five bird families, and five primate families that live nowhere else on planet earth.  There are the 70 different species of lemur and transparent chameleons throughout the island. There are also a variety of parks to visit including Berenty, Andasibe-Mantadia, Ankarana Montagne d’Ambre and Masoala.

Diving

Madagascar has great diving opportunities.  The diving hotspots are mainly on the Northern coast in the cities of Nosy Be & Diego.  You can also find good diving in Ifaty, Anakao, Morondava, and around the islands of Sainte Marie.

Whale Watching in Madagascar

You are able view the rare humpback whale throughout the entire year in the waters near Saint Marie on the eastern coast, but the best time to view them is from June to September.

Back to Top

About the Anosy Region

About the anosy region

About the Destination

During your African Impact volunteer experience in Africa you will be based in the Anosy region of Madagascar, a beautiful and remote part in the south eastern region of the country. You will be placed in the stunning coastal town of Fort Dauphin, or in a rural village. Camping with an international group of volunteers, you will very quickly become like a small family unit, and will work hard and have loads of fun together, sharing the opportunity to explore the surrounding landscape.

Tents and basic camping facilities are provided. When in Fort Dauphin, you will camp at the stunning lake-side site of Lanirano, which is fully equipped with flush toilets and showers as well as electricity for charging cameras, iPods, mobile phones and the like. Laundry services are also available locally. Whilst working at the project sites, the facilities will be more basic but there are always latrines and private washing amenities available.

A resident cook travels with the team and is responsible for preparing meals for you each day. Food is simple, but tasty, nutritionally balanced and locally sourced. A plentiful supply of treated drinking water will always be available and, in addition, soft drinks, snacks, beer and rum are usually available to buy locally.

By partaking in these volunteer opportunities in Africa you’ll acquire a new appreciation for your own life, be bewildered by nature’s amazing scenes and most probably, never be the same again.

Back to Top

Feedback from our volunteers

Melissa Duckworth

I can’t say a negative word about the whole thing... I loved it, I’m in the process at the moment of looking to do it again…I would tell someone to definitely do it if they have an interest in physical work and volunteering. I met amazing people and had a great experience.

Michaela MCaffrey

I feel that I made a positive contribution to a long-term effort to enhance the lives of the people of Madagascar… I have become more confident, more comfortable in myself. I made friends from a range of places and discovered a part of the world that I am determined to revisit.

Back to Top

Brochures

Volunteer Programm Dates 2016

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