Releasing the potential of a nation.

Madagascar is currently gripped by severe poverty, with an average of 70% of its population living well below the United Nations defined poverty line. We believe one of their greatest needs is in education.


Engraved Bamboo Toothbrush

Eco-friendly 2 pack of engraved toothbrushes, with proceeds going to Project Madagascar. Every sale will help educate children in our schools in Antananarivo.

Toothbrushes are 0.18 bristle which has a Medium/Soft feel, equipped with a 100% biodegradable bamboo handle.

One size only.


Project Madagascar is a Toowoomba-based not-for-profit committee of Civic Aid and Development, established in 2004. It aims to shift the Malagasy people from poverty to hope by providing affordable life-skills and education to the children of Madagascar in two Community and Learning Centres (CLCs) in its capital, Antananarivo.

Our sights are firmly set on making an investment in the future of Madagascar’s children that will impact many generations to come.

Breaking the Poverty Cycle

Project Madagascar believes education and the ability to ‘self-help’ in all areas of life are the keys to breaking the poverty cycle. Our sights are firmly set on making an ‘investment’ in the future of its children that will impact many generations to come.


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Project Mada:


A New Milestone

On 1st September, Madagascar kicked off their new academic year. For the first time since the project started, both Community and Learning Centers launched the

Hardships and Hope

It is a remarkable thing to live in poverty and yet not have a poverty mindset. Currently listed as the 11th poorest nation in the

You Raise Me Up

From the beginning of its inception, the project has stayed true to one goal: To release the potential of a nation. We wholeheartedly believe this

King Julian and Friends

Mention that you’re traveling to Madagascar and without fail, you’ll be asked, “Are you going to see King Julian?” Every time. For those in the

Doing Life Together

In Madagascar, there is a word that embodies the truest form of friendship, community and togetherness, which is found in the very fabric of the

In The Classroom

Our students are amazing. On the whole, their willingness to learn and appetite for education is quite inspiring to see in action, and we had

Let’s Celebrate

Milestones are worth celebrating. Last year, we saw our first Grade 12 students at the Anosibe Community and Learning Centre (CLC) complete 12 years of

A City in Lock-Down

On 21st March 2020, Madagascar reported its first three cases of COVID-19. Declared a ‘State of Health Emergency’ two days later, Antananarivo was placed in

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