Medair Madagascar


Medair is a non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to saving lives and easing human suffering in some of the world’s most difficult-to-reach and disaster-stricken areas. Since 1989, we’ve helped people in need regardless of race, creed, or nationality. Every life, we feel, is valuable. Medair is responding as an emergency relief and recovery organization to the devastating drought in Southern Madagascar, where years without rain have left more than one million people extremely food insecure. Since 2002, Medair has been providing safe drinking water and sanitary support to homes in remote areas of Madagascar.

  • Listing ID: 12895
  • Founded in: 2002
  • Size: More than 1000 employees
  • Support: Children, Individuals, Marginalized People, Old People, Refugees
  • Area(s) of Expertise: Food, Medical, Shelter/Housing
  • Working Days: Monday to Saturday
  • Business Hours: 8am-5pm
Our contact details

Lot Ouest VA 19A Bis Tsiadana, 101 Antananarivo, MadagascarMadagascar Show phone number *****

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