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Madagascar regularly experiences droughts and famines, with the 2020 famine being one of the worst in living memory. This has caused starvation as wells dried up and cattle became malnourished. Anglican Aid contributed rice, beans, and water for more than 2000 families across the Toliara region. The Anglican Diocese of Toliara were able to share food and the gospel which led to 1200 baptisms.

You can see how God’s grace is spreading in Madagascar though the gospel and aid below. 

Creating more water infrastructure will help create a sustainable source of water for communities which will increase their resilience during droughts and famines. It will help to prevent starvation, grow crops, provide water for livestock and for villages in the Toliara region.

The provision of wells, pumps, pipelines and water tanks within the districts of Cathedral, Fort-Dauphin, Toliara and Morondava will provide accessible clean drinking water for many villages and provide safe, clean water access for women and children. This will reduce the spread of water-borne diseases, reduce poverty, and improve living standards.

By giving to this project you will be helping to change lives and be showing Jesus’ love to the people of Madagascar. 

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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.

Latest Updates

FEBRUARY 5, 2021

From famine to faith: God is working in Madagascar

Hundreds stream into churches as victims of famine experience Christ’s love for the hungry.

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JANUARY 12, 2021

Feeding the hungry of southern Madagascar

Anglican Aid is working with the Anglican Church of Madagascar to feed desperate families in the midst of a terrible famine and drought.

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FEBRUARY 5, 2021

From famine to faith: God is working in Madagascar

Hundreds stream into churches as victims of famine experience Christ’s love for the hungry.

See More

JANUARY 12, 2021

Feeding the hungry of southern Madagascar

Anglican Aid is working with the Anglican Church of Madagascar to feed desperate families in the midst of a terrible famine and drought.

See More

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