School chidren planting a tree in mango forest Digging a hole for the tree in the school yard Our gardner Jean planting tress with children The new tree nursery in Fairenana

Zahana

Org #950
Vetted since 2008 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Project of the Month Site Visit Verified
1998
year founded
$220,386
raised on GlobalGiving
13
years fundraising
8
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

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

Project Leaders
Markus Faigle
Markus Faigle
Team
Zahana is an all volunteer organization., Prosper Head Gardener, Mamy Head Gardener, Andry Herimanantsoa Ramilson, Jose Jose Randrianantenaina
Organization Information
BP 8362
Antananarivo, Capital 101
Madagascar
18089889941
Organization Information
BP 8362
Antananarivo, Capital 101
Madagascar
18089889941

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jun 5, 2022
Journee des Ecoles
We call it "journée des écoles", which can be translated as “Celebrating School Day”. It is traditionally celebrated the 23rd of February and involves meals and games across...
Jun 4, 2022
'Zone rouge' or zebu keep out
We got this photo from Madagascar with the tag line: “The first enemy of seed balls are zebu when it steps on the seedlings. So we put a red zone sign up to protect the area with...
Jun 3, 2022
Protecting baby trees from grazing zebu
We got this photo from Madagascar with the tag line: “The first enemy of seed balls are zebu when it steps on the seedlings. So we put a red zone sign up to protect the area with...
 
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