Madagascar Street Kids Center



REGION: Africa

THE NEED: $40,000.00

About the project

The Madagascar Street Kids Center exists to provide a safe environment for street children of Antananarivo to be fed, clothed, educated, and nurtured into a relationship with Jesus Christ. The center provides hot meals every day for 340 children. Clothing is distributed twice a year to the children in the program. Education is provided in order to bring the children to an educational level which will enable them to enter either the public school system or a private school. There are currently 120 children attending the center who already have made the transition to a public or private school. Dedicated Christian workers provide Bible lessons, chapel services, and relational evangelism in order to introduce the children and their families to Christ. Vocational Training in woodwork, sewing, and computer operation is provided for those who are already too old to enter the educational system.

The result: Children will have futures with prospects. Just like Naivo. As a young boy he came and attended the program and today, rather than roaming the streets and making a living from criminal activities, he has a job with Antananarivo bus services. Like Naivo, there are still children waiting for a helping hand to put them on the right track in life. For a donation of $30 USD you can make this possible for a child.

To see children available for sponsorship in this program, go to cs.ncm.org and select Madagascar using the child search feature near the bottom of the screen. General donations can be made by clicking the DONATE NOW button above.


Donate by Check:

In the US:
Make checks payable to General Treasurer
and send them to:

Global Treasury Services
Church of the Nazarene
P.O. Box 843116
Kansas City, MO 64184-3116

In Canada: Make checks payable Church of the Nazarene Canada and send them to:

Church of the Nazarene Canada
3657 Ponytrail Drive
Mississauga, ON L4X 1W5

Be sure to put ACM1267 in the Memo area. Thanks for your donation.