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Keeping the nature healthy

To ensure the quality of

              the water we drink

               the food we eat and

              the air we breathe.

In Madagascar,

50.000 to 100.000 ha of the forests are destroyed each year.

75% of the original vegetation has disappeared.

Sadly, nature is declining at an unprecedented rate.

Madagascar's biological wealth is under serious threat, with soil degradation, deforestation due to energy needs from charcoal, slash-and-burn agriculture, hunting and trafficking.

We have introduced an environmental curriculum into our program to address these threats. Workshops are organised now with the children and regularly with their families, in an attempt to save the remaining forests at all costs.

The authorities are invited to take the necessary steps to work together to find a solution and urgently save the decline of nature.

22 May 2019