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The famine has also created a serious rural exodus, with families forced to migrate to larger towns in search of water and food supplies.

Thanks to generous supporters of Anglican Aid, we were able to send over $20,000 in emergency funds for rice, beans, and water for families across the Toliara region.

We are now partnering on sustainable water solutions, read more here: Madagascar: Water and Resilience Project.

Food for the hungry

The Diocese of Toliara has already distributed famine relief to starving families. More than 200 families have been provided with food and water, distributed by Madagascan students supported by Anglican Aid’s Bible College Student Sponsorship program.

As well as coordinating relief distribution and preparing meals for the hungry, local churches are accompanying this practical love with the good news of eternal life through Christ.

To see how the famine relief has lead to many hearing the gospel, being saved and joining local churches, read more here: From famine to faith: God is working in Madagascar

For an update of how the famine relief has lead to many hearing the gospel, being saved and joining local churches, read more here: From famine to faith: God is working in Madagascar

Support this project

Praise God, this project is already fully funded.

If you would like to give to Anglican Aid’s work in Madagascar please consider giving to the Water and Resilience project.

In the case that a fundraising appeal has received sufficient donations, any surplus funds will be used for a similar activity or an activity in the same country.

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