PAW Madagascar started in 2009 to assist with the preservation of Madagascar’s endemic fauna and flora and help build a secure thriving community in the Commune of Beavoha in Madagascar’s South West.
We work with the National and local authorities and the local Mahafaly people applying our donation income and skills. We identify work together with the Commune Mayor and the village Presidents and Elders.
100% TO MADAGASCAR
All our staff in Australia are volunteers and no staff costs or administration costs are paid by the Charity from Donations.
OUR WORK CONCENTRATES
IN SIX AREAS
Educating future generations of the Mahafaly People.
Preserving Madascar's unique, endemic wildlife.
Providing easily accessible water to the people of Beavoha.
Targeting and preventing the problem of Rabies.
Improving agricultural harvests and food security during droughts and plagues.
Protecting native flora and preventing overuse of the environment.