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Guides visit to Madagascar 2016

This year a group of Guides from Yorkshire returned to Madagascar to help with projects supported by TASC Madagascar and to meet fellow Scouts and Guides in the country.  The pictures below tell the...

Salohy Rural School Project Starts

TASC Madagascar is again linking with the Adsum Foundation to rebuild a derelict school.  See the Projects section of the website for more details.  As at September 2016  the school is well under...

Letter to Chairman

TASC Chairman Stuart Martin MBE recently received this letter. Thank you Girlguiding North Yorkshire West from all at TASC Madagascar for this most generous donation.  Your support is much valued.

Lush, Henry Street, Dublin

Many thanks to everyone at LUSH in Henry Street, Dublin, for supporting TASC Madagascar with a Charity Pot Donation party this weekend.  Store manager Kristin Hansen was inspired by a friend's...

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TASC would like to introduce you to VOLA who is 12 year’s old.
Vola has been handicapped since she was born. She can’t stand so she uses a wheelchair. Her mother has been looking for appropriate treatment for Vola for many years, something like a special massage to help her, but there has not been any improvement. She heard about St Josephs handicapped centre and has registered Vola there. The Sister immediately saw the family’s vulnerability and accepted them to replace Noro to live in her house by the centre.
This year is Vola’s first term at St Joseph’s special school. She started her studies and lives in what used to be Noro’s house since the 18th January 2021.
Although her speech is quite limited, her words are quite clear.
She hasn’t got any brothers or sisters (an older sibling died), and lives with her mother RAHANTAMALALA Nathalie, aged 47. To earn some money her mother sells second-hand clothes. Vola has no father.
She likes playing “kitchen” (pretending to make meals, etc.)
TASC Madagascar
TASC Madagascar
We have updated the TASC website we would love to hear what you think of it. www.tascmadagascar.com please feel free to share with your friends.
TASC Madagascar
TASC Madagascar
TASC’s 2020 newsletter.
TASC Madagascar
TASC Madagascar
Here are some pictures of the new well for 11 homeless families and a poor community in Madagascar.
This well is totally funded by TASC Madagascar and as you'll see some Corona Virus hand washing measures and distancing are in place.
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