Dodwell Trust Madagascar

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Christina Dodwell 

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The Dodwell Learning Centre
Ampefy
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GAP YEAR VOLUNTEER PROJECTS, ADVENTURE AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES IN MADAGASCAR
 

The Dodwell Trust – a registered UK charity, was started in 1995 by Christina Dodwell to help the people of Madagascar. 

After nearly 20 years of running charity projects in Madagascar for education, community welfare, and environmental conservation, the Dodwell Trust has reached the time for change and we have started a new phase in our work.

Our Learning Centre and school in Ampefy has developed and is flourishing. The goal of the school:- to help the young of Ampefy become able to take part in the development of their very beautiful but little-visited region.

In the Learning Centre, we run IT classes and various training courses.  We work to reduce poverty by:-

Improving the ability of people to play a positive role in sustainable development, and working through education to help individuals and communities to achieve leverage and generate revenue.

To find out more about the work of the Dodwell Trust and the opportunities for you to get involved in Madagascar, please visit the other sections of this site.

The Dodwell Trust's volunteer programme is now run with a partner organisation  Access Madagascar Initiative (A.M.I - UK Non profit organisation)

The Volunteer programme allows you to help the country reach its goal of teaching children to speak English, for a future of improved communication with the English-speaking world concerning conservation, eco-tourism, trade and development.

VOLUNTEER PACKAGES STARTING FROM £695  for more information click here

World as a globe highlighting position of Madagascar
Facts about Madagascar:
Population: 20,713,819 
Capital: Antananarivo
Area: 587,041 square km
(226,658 square miles)
Language: Malagasy,French
Religion: Indigenous beliefs, Christian, Muslim
Currency: Ariary, Malagasy Franc
Life Expectancy: 55
GDP per Capita: U.S. $250
Literacy Percent: 69
Source: National Geographic.