Reforestation field trip A true filed trip! Planting trees in the school yard More dancing...

Zahana

Org #950
Vetted since 2008 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Project of the Month Site Visit Verified
1998
year founded
$100,232
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
8
projects funded

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., Mparany Head teacher, Jean Head Gardener
Organization Information
http://zahana.org
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BP 8362
Antananarivo, Capital 101
Madagascar
18089889941

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0527441309
Organization Information
http://zahana.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
BP 8362
Antananarivo, Capital 101
Madagascar
18089889941

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0527441309

Project Reports

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Jun 9, 2018
Reforestation on International Women's Day
International women’s day is a big deal in Madagascar. Over the years it has also been celebrated in our villages, as a welcome occasion to get together and dance. (See our website.) When our...
Jun 4, 2018
Sweep, sweep your school yard
What do you do in rural Madagascar if you want to sweep your school yard? You get your students together, in the shade of the trees you have planted over the years. The assistant teacher, who is also...
Jun 4, 2018
Conducting a biogas feasibility study
Energy, or the lack thereof, is a major issue in everybody’s mind. This is especially true for Madagascar, with rolling brown-outs common even in the capital for most of the year. In a country...
 
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