Hovercraft on the water in Madagascar.

HoverAid: Reaching the unreachable

HoverAid helps others by using unique amphibious technology, namely hovercraft, to bring aid to remote places, where people have no easy access to medical care or clean water.

Kimberley Smith
"We are a Christian, humanitarian charity, based in the UK and the Netherlands, and working in Madagascar. We use hovercraft, unique amphibious technology, to reach isolated communities, making it possible for aid organisations to work in areas that have been simply too difficult or too expensive to reach" - HoverAid

Many people in the world live close to water, where there are no roads. Hoveraid's hovercraft can skim over land and water to reach the unreachable. With your help,  others can reach them too.

You’ll find them in the lowland plains of Madagascar - an island just off the east coast of southern Africa and one of the poorest countries in the world.

Roughly the size of the UK and Germany put together, it has a road system the size of Devon. Often hit by cyclones, 20 of its 25 million people live in rural areas, with little or no access to clean water or medication. When the rains come, many areas are completely unreachable by car and very hard to get to by boat or plane.

At these times, Hoveraid is the answer.

Hoveraid is a small team with big ideas.  Their strength is in their energy, tenacity, faith and determination to help where others do not. They are an international charity, going the extra mile to help where it is needed most.

If you'd like to make a donation to support HoverAid's work, head to their Wonderful profile page. You can also fundraise for HoverAid, safe in the knowledge that every penny you raise will reach the charity:

HoverAid | Wonderful.org
HoverAid reaches the unreachable. We use hovercraft in Madagascar to enable doctors to get to remote communities that have no medical cover at all - and
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