Bondy, Madagascar

The organisation

Bôndy was founded with the crazy idea of helping Madagascar change its nickname from ‘red island’ to ‘green island.’ Indeed, Madagascar is known worldwide for having fantastic fauna and flora, but deforestation and climate change have significantly impacted the country.


In 2021, the UN declared the first famine in Madagascar, 100% due to climate change, impacting millions of lives.


Bôndy is a social enterprise specialized in planting trees. All of Bôndy’s reforestation projects are driven by a strong commitment to community involvement and community benefits. Bôndy’s model addresses the root causes of deforestation while empowering local people.


Bôndy thrives on three pillars: social, environmental, and economic. Therefore, it is committed to doing the most it can with a long-term vision by conceiving a concrete plan to plant and protect trees and educate communities about the benefits of environmental consciousness.


Bôndy has planted more than 8 million trees.


Project Akama Hazo


Main Tree Planting Site