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HoverAid Madagascar was set up in 2006 with the aim to "Reach the Unreachable". With only two River Rover hovercraft, HoverAid Madagascar launched into being the organisation we see today. 

HoverAid's work in Madagascar falls into three parts:

  • Using hovercraft to bring development, aid, and church organisations to communities in remote areas.
  • Researching and promoting the needs and aspirations of people in parts of Madagascar which have been considered too difficult to reach for years.

HoverAid provides access, good base camp facilities, and logistic support which makes it cost effective for organisations of all sizes to work in the areas where there is the greatest need. We are building long term relationships with isolated communities so that we can help them get the support they need.

HoverAid Madagascar has its main administrative office in Antananarivo (Tana) - the Capital city - located near to the international airport and our strategic partners Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF), and Helimission. The three organisations work closely together, collaborating where possible to maximise what each of us can achieve using different vehicles.

For Project locations, see where we work.HoverAid Madagascar reaches the unreachable.