MRCI's Marine Conservation volunteers are involved in a variety of projects focused on the protection of the marine ecosystem in Madagascar.
Voluntariado em Madagascar
MRCI’s Forest Conservation Program involves long-term monitoring of the forest on Nosy Komba Island as well as the diversity and abundance of its endemic wildlife.
Madagascar Research and Conservation Institute’s Teaching Program places volunteer English grammar and conversational teachers within the local schools and communities
MRCI’s Sea Turtle Monitoring Program has been established to identify and develop Safe Turtle Breeding Zones in North Western Madagascar
Work on various environmental conservation projects, such as lemur protection, beach cleanups and awareness campaigns and get to know the amazing island of Madagascar.
Teach basic conversational English in Nosy Be, a stunning island in Madagascar! You will teach in local schools, to children of various age groups from nearby rural villa
Help with local construction projects working alongside staff and other volunteers.
You'll be embraced by the local community and as you spend time with the children, you can help improve their life skills, get them to think creatively and teach English.
MRCI's Community Development Program maintains and builds infrastructures in an effort to improve the lives and living conditions of the people in our communities
Travel to the tropical island of Nosy Be to contribute to critical Lemur conservation initiatives.
Volunteer with IVI in beautiful Madagascar and participate alongside the local people to construct, renovate, build, and decorate the schools!
Teach young Malagasies alongside local teachers in a rural village.
This project will teach you about the island’s precious ecosystem, particularly the mangrove forest. You will research, use your initiative and get hands on!!
Work with teachers in the community of Nosy Be to improve English literacy
Join the Community Development Volunteering Program in Madagascar and contribute effectively towards making lives better for the people living in Nosy Komba.