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Environmental project in Madagascar

Updated: Feb 25

Education project with elementary schools in Antalaha, SAVA region, Madagascar

Madagascar has been isolated from the African continent for millions of years, becoming the fourth largest island in the world. This isolation makes its biodiversity unique and rich, and present an endemism levels are around 90%. Since human settlement, the forest area has gone down by 90%. The causes of the destruction of the forest are generally anthropogenic, as 80 % of the population are farmer who clear land to make a living.