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Check out our MAD Chief in California as he hits the airwaves Ron Burgundy style to help promote this summer's projects to Peru, Fiji, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and South Africa!
Once upon a time (in 1998) there was a gap year student from Newcastle upon Tyne called John. Wearing a tweed-jacket (John wanted to teach) and with a rucksack on his back John flew to Ghana, West Africa. During his time there he broke his ankle, become a chief, and got quite a Mad idea...
Meet Cathy, a resident of Gibraltar who rallied her community to gain the support and volunteers to go to Ghana and build a school. Could you be the next Cathy?
Hailed as the "Pearl of Africa" by Winston Churchill, Uganda is a country of staggering beauty - a lush green land whose stunning, diverse countryside supports incredible wildlife - lions, elephants, cape buffalo, leopards, rhinoceros, and half of the world's population of Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees. Become part of a rural community village and experience true East African Culture in Bubugo, Uganda.
We could not be more excited for all the good to come in the next year.
If I had never gone Mad, there are a lot of experiences I never would have had.
There is a lot going on in Africa, and we are glad to be a part of it. Here are a just a few things that we love about Africa.
Are you a teacher looking to expand the horizons of your students but are restricted for time and funds? Then why not join us on an Educational Visit to Tanzania! Our tried and tested 12 Day Project and Safari Itinerary could be the perfect combination of study and adventure for your group.....
Our Ghanaian and International Volunteers have come together to produce this fantastic short video showing why Ghana is the place to be in 2015. Amazing beaches, amazing people, amazing projects ... but don't just take our word for it ...
Walls, toilets, trees, 5 miles of water pipes, English classes, children's centers, showers, and lots of futbol. Madventurers have been getting their hands dirty in Peru since 2003, and we don't plan on stopping anytime soon.