The National Delegation of Planète Urgence in Madagascar
National Delegate Representative
ACCES Program Coordinator
Administrative and Finance Manager
The local projects
Forest and biodiversity conservation projects
Madagascar is a historical country of intervention for Planète Urgence, with an activity that began in 2010.
The association supports the implementation of 2 projects for the preservation of forests and biodiversity on the Big Island, a true birthplace of primary endemic forests and home to 80% of the world’s land biodiversity.
The TAPIA project is the first project on the island: it aims to preserve the endemic and primary tapia forest by reducing human pressure on it and to support local economic development, particularly through the wild silkworm industry. Environmental awareness is also integrated into this global project, in order to involve all stakeholders (community members, children, inhabitants of the intervention zone, etc.) and ensure the sustainability of the actions.
The DIABE project was launched in 2020, is co-financed by the European Union and implemented with five other local partners. It aims to develop the wood-energy sector in order to meet the wood needs of communities while preserving fragile primary forests.
Projet TAPIA | Preservation of the tapia forest, wild silk and beekeeping in Madagascar.Restaurer l’écosystème à travers le reboisement du Tapia, arbre endémique sévèrement impacté par les actions de l’Homme.
Projet DIABE | Integrated Development, Planning and Wood-EnergyContribuer à l’amélioration durable des revenus et de la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle des ménages ruraux, acteurs et bénéficiaires de la filière bois-énergie, en particulier les femmes et les enfants, ainsi qu’à la préservation de l’environnement naturel dans la zone périurbaine d’Antananarivo.
The volunteering in Madagascar
Planète Urgence consolidates the projects carried out by local partners. The association’s action responds to the needs and accompanies the autonomy of the partners. Planète Urgence’s Madagascan national delegation thus identifies the needs of partners, which allows for a relationship based on proximity and trust.
In order to be effective, the missions are prepared beforehand, supervised on site and evaluated on the return of the volunteers. The process of analysis and evaluation of the quality and relevance of the missions is carried out in real time and allows for the capitalisation of good practices as well as the consideration of areas for improvement if necessary.
Since 2000, more than 10,000 volunteers have left for all the countries where the association is active. Get involved in capacity building!
The local news
Solidarity stories for Planète UrgenceChristian Bourbon, chartered accountant and ambassador of Planète Urgence, fell in love with Africa following his Congé Solidaire® mission in…
Planète Urgence at the heart of a WWF studyWWF a mené une étude cherchant à comprendre l’importance pour les entreprises de planter des arbres. Pour aller plus loin…
Planète Urgence in Madagascar: meeting with local partners during the annual workshopFin janvier, 16 partenaires locaux ont répondu présents à l’invitation de la Délégation de Planète Urgence à Madagascar pour son atelier annuel des associations locales. Sur…
You are a Malagasy organization and need volunteers to strengthen the skills of your beneficiaries? Would you like more information on Planète Urgence’s actions, and in particular on its forest preservation projects?
The office is located in :
Lot I1 75, Isoraka, Antananarive 101 – Madagascar