Water for Southern Madagascar
The south of Madagascar has been hit by severe periods of drought for years. "A fountain is life for an entire village."
With our commitment to build, connect and empower our community globally, we’ve partnered with HFKF (Hetsika Fampiraisana Kristianina ho an'ny firenena) and H.D.K.M. Hetsika Diaspora Kristiana Malagasy, an association based in France and Madagascar with developmental and philanthropic projects in Madagascar.
To learn and support the work of HDKM check out their website at: https://hdkm.fr/
To learn and support the work of HDKM check out their website at: http://www.hfkf.org/
Our joint initiative between HDKM and MUSA, dedicated to combating the recurring issue of severe famine, locally termed "Kéré," in the southern reaches of Madagascar. Situated along the Tropic of Capricorn, this region grapples with arid conditions, leading to persistent drought that adversely affects agriculture, livestock breeding, and plunges families into poverty.
Our teams have already made strides by implementing well-drilling projects in Ankazomanga and Bezaha, within the Betioky district, providing essential water access to alleviate the impact of Kéré. Now, we're extending our efforts to Milenaka in the Tuléar II district.
To make this vision a reality, we've outlined the necessary expenditure items for a borehole project with a pump, converting costs from MGA to EUR at a rate of 1USD = 4800MGA:
Cost: 1,000,000MGA (or 210USD)
Cost of Drilling:
Cost: 4,000,000MGA (or 835USD)
Materials and Pump:
Cost: 5,000,000MGA (or 1045USD)
Travel and Miscellaneous:
Covers expenses like car rental, fuel, hotel, meals, etc.
The provided illustration offers a glimpse into the impactful drilling process at Ankazomanga.
Join us in making a difference by supporting this initiative. Your contribution will directly improve living conditions and reduce the vulnerability of communities to famine caused by recurring drought. Together, we can create lasting change and provide a lifeline for those affected by the challenges of the Kéré.
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