The project has drilled the first artesian well in the reception center on the island of Madagascar. The artesian well will serve more than 30,000 people in the region. More than 150 meters deep were drilled to find drinking water, and solar panels are being installed to make the electric pump work better.
The Act Madagascar project is receiving volunteers to participate in the caravans. The next caravan is scheduled to take place in November, starting on November 23rd and ending on December 6th.
Together with our volunteers, we launched the campaign for the construction of the first Education Center of Madagascar! It will be a place for educational development in languages, sports, ecology, and culture, focusing on strengthening and re-signifying the values and customs of the local community. The campaign will benefit about 1,000 children and adolescents assisted by the FWB. To donate to this campaign, click on the link below.
The project is structurally growing to better serve the 17,000 people who are being sheltered. It is currently planning the construction of a school with a multi-sports court, as well as the construction of a caravanner's house to serve the travelers who pass through the site.
The project's inmates have begun to participate in the new art and culture workshop made available inside the welcome center. The young people will be able to develop their artistic and musical side. But the project needs investment to continue offering classes.
to save lives of those who are dying of hunger. In this part of southern Madagascar, hunger has already claimed many victims. Mostly children, but adults too. And it all got worse in 2022 with the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown."
Act Madagascar Project Coordinator
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