Your financial contribution helps make our conservation and social development work possible
Without your valuable financial contribution and direct help there would be no Reef Doctor!
Volunteer and intern monetary input is critical for keeping our day to day activities running to their full potential.
On average, 80%–90% of your money goes directly to Madagascar. Your fees not only cover your training, living expenses, and expedition activities, but also help run our core conservation and social development activities in the Bay of Ranobe.
A large proportion of your fees will support the local communities and economy through contributions to local staff wages, purchasing of locally sourced commodities (such as fuel, food, and water etc.), equipment, and services, and by helping to fund our community development activities.
The impact of your contributions will continue after you have left. You are helping to sustain our valuable long-term work, preserving threatened marine habitats, and improving the lives of some of the poorest communities in the world.