Mada Clinics Madagascar is a non-profit organization that provides free healthcare and education to people living in remote, rural villages in northern Madagascar, who would otherwise have no access to these essential services. Our clinic services 5,000 patients from 20 different villages each year offering treatments for severe burns to STDs, asthma to childbirth. We offer 24/7 free healthcare, including consultation and medication. Our school provides primary education to 130 children ages 3-14. There is no other free healthcare or education available to the people of Maventibao or the surrounding villages and most of the villagers cannot afford to pay for these services themselves. Countless people depend upon Mada Clinics for access to these basic human rights.
Because Mada Clinics Madagascar is committed to providing 100% free services, we are entirely dependent upon donations and unfortunately, we are running out of money. For the past few months the Malagasy staff has forgone their salaries in order to keep the clinic and school running. In order to keep Mada Clinics alive we need donations. Any money that is donated to Mada Clinics goes directly to helping the people living in remote regions in Northern Madagascar. If you have anything at all to spare, pleasing consider sharing whatever donation you feel comfortable with. Thank you all so much for keeping us in your hearts! Below is a list showing what your donations can help pay for.
$1.50 = 1 mosquito net
$5 = 5 doses of malaria medicine
$10 = One child’s school supplies for the entire year
$20 = 5 new desks for the school
$50 = 25 STI testing kits
$100 = Medicine for the clinic for 1 week (treating on average 100 patients per week)
$300 = The total cost of building our new kindergarten
$1,500 = The organizations entire expenses for 1 month
$10,000 = A used 4 wheel drive (necessary for transporting critically ill or injured patients to the nearest advanced medical care facility in Diego Suarez)