HELP US BUILD SCHOOLS IN MADAGASCAR!
YOU have the power to save lives! Donate to our cause and we build schools in the poor areas of Madagscar!
Education is a basic human right. Sadly for many children in Africa (and all around the world) this is just a dream. Without proper education noone has the chance of getting out of poverty. Thank to your donations we can make a little difference in Northern-Madagascar!
We, the founders of Tsara Project Foundationdecided to do our best to raise enough money through this website and through our activities. A one-classroom school for around 50-70 people costs around 10.000 USD which is not much if we stand together. We work closely with the local communities and also with the Ministry of Education.
WHY in Madagascar? We always get the question...
The answer is easier then you'd thought: Madagscar is the place where we felt for the first time in our life that need to do something for another human beings. It is a feeling we cannot explain. And YOU can only understand if you were walking in our shoes. WE know we have a job there and we do our best making this dream a reality.
WHO ARE WE?
It all started with a holiday in the autumn of 2018. We've been to a lot places around the globe but seeing the poverty in Madagascar shocked both of us. We could not believe our eyes when we realized that there are actually places on this earth where there is no electricity in a city. On the other hand we fell in love with the locals. We had so much fun! And we could not wait to come back! It wasn't a question that we have to do something, we have to help somehow. This is how Tsara Project Foundation was born with the help of our local friend (and our formal local tour guide) who is currently helping us with the local issues.
I have been working in tourism for many many years. Only if we travel we realize that how lucky we are to be able live in Europe. When I was in Madagascar, there was no question that in some way we must give something back to the local communities. We work hard in the foundation to make it happen.
I work as a guide in Diego Suarez, and I met Stella and Peter on a trip. In the first minute there was a special relationship between us! A few weeks later, the idea of how to help in my country and whether I would be involved in the project was raised. I said yes immediately and I am honored to be part of the Tsara Project.
Director of the Curatorium
I've been working in retail for more then 15 years. Whenever i can i travel. These experiences are fuel to my body and food for my soul. When I first met the kids of Madagascar, IT WAS the moment when i decided that i want to do something for them.