Zahana

Zahana in Madagascar is dedicated to participatory rural development, education, revitalization of traditional Malagasy medicine, reforestation, and sustainable agriculture. It is Zahana's philosophy that participatory development must be based on local needs and solutions proposed by local people. It means asking communities what they need and working with them collaboratively so they can achieve their goals. Each community's own needs are unique and require a tailor -made response

Mom and Dad joined them in town

Mom and Dad joined them in town
Photo from Progress Report 'High school education in reach' (view small | med | large | orig)

Getting new clothes from 'Santa' for the test

Getting new clothes from 'Santa' for the test
Photo from Progress Report 'High school education in reach' (view small | med | large | orig)

The week before at home studying for the BEPC

The week before at home studying for the BEPC
Photo from Progress Report 'High school education in reach' (view small | med | large | orig)

Donne and Dore's home in Fiadanana

Donne and Dore's home in Fiadanana
Photo from Progress Report 'High school education in reach' (view small | med | large | orig)

Waiting for the high school entrance exam to start

Waiting for the high school entrance exam to start
Photo from Progress Report 'High school education in reach' (view small | med | large | orig)

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