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

Children eating soup in the school

Children eating soup in the school
Photo from Progress Report 'That's why we do it' (view small | med | large | orig)

One of seven communal water faucets

One of seven communal water faucets
Photo from Progress Report 'Feedback from Madagascar illustrated "success"' (view small | med | large | orig)

A big tank stores the water in the village

A big tank stores the water in the village
Photo from Progress Report 'Feedback from Madagascar illustrated "success"' (view small | med | large | orig)

Building the water tank way up on the mountain

Building the water tank way up on the mountain
Photo from Progress Report 'Feedback from Madagascar illustrated "success"' (view small | med | large | orig)

This was the only water source before Zahana.

This was the only water source before Zahana.
Photo from Progress Report 'Feedback from Madagascar illustrated "success"' (view small | med | large | orig)
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