Madagascar ranks among the least developed countries in the world. Only 51% of the population has access to clean water; 12% has access to basic sanitation services. It’s also prone to frequent flooding and climate events that further contaminate water sources and damage existing infrastructure.

To improve water access in Madagascar, we’re funding large, piped systems in the Menebe and Analamanga regions to bring high-quality water services and a better standard of life to families in need.

About Madagascar

  • 25,571,000 national population
  • 77.6% live below poverty line*
  • * Living below the poverty line is defined as earning less than $1.90/day.
  • 63.67% of rural lack access to water *
  • 93.67% of rural lack sanitation *
  • * We work almost exclusively in rural areas, where the need for clean water is incredibly great.

Our Work Here

  • Started working in 2017
  • 104,598 people served *
  • * This number represents the total number of people who will gain access to clean water after all projects have been completed. This number is updated periodically as we receive new information from the field.
  • 3,091 projects funded
  • $6,049,506 invested

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