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To date we have concentrated our capital projects on primary school buildings, health centres, new vegetable and rice farming methods and in reforestation for both crops and biodiversity.
Much of this work has only been made possible through a close working relationship with our good friend Pere Emeric. With his guidance we have managed to engage with and gain the respect of the many villages and officials ensuring we have the necessary buy-in from the communities we are trying to help.
We have also supported major infrastructure projects in water and sanitation, school buildings and essential roads and bridges in the Outcast villages of Tanantsara and Nohona and the Leprosy villages at Farafangana and Vangandrano.
In the second largest city Fianarantsoa, we are supporting street children to get back into school and also providing much needed school desks and furniture as well as teacher, parent and family support. We are supporting 10 students annually with full bursaries at University and also provide lunch support for over 130 younger children.
We have supported St Joseph’s school for severely disabled children and we also have a wide program of providing clean water and sanitation in outlying poorer villages.
Mivoatsa Project Progress Report
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Nohona School is completed in time for Christmas 2020
Over the past 2 years and despite numerous logistical problems TASC Madagascar and The ADSUM Foundation have in co-operation with Foyer Tanjomoha managed to complete a new primary school at Nohona...
Full roundup of TASC Madagascar’s recent achievements
Click to download : TASC Madagascar Ongoing Projects
Taunton School adopts TASC Madagascar as a school charity
We are delighted to announce that Taunton School has selected TASC Madagascar as one if its school charities for 2018-2021. Trustees Dr Chris Swinburn and Dr Jim O'Brien visited the school and spoke...
Working with Feedback Madagascar to help some of the homeless people of Fianarantsoa
Fianarantsoa is a city of over 200,000 situated in Central Madagascar. Feedback Madagascar, our partner in Fianarantsoa, is working on the ground on our behalf, with some of the most vulnerable...
Andasy School nears completion
TASC is once again working with its partner organisation The Adsum Foundation to build their third new primary school in Madagascar. This latest school is at a small village called Andasy near...
Plans Revealed for Third School – at Andasy
Here are the exciting new plans for our third school project. Click on the link below to see how it will all look once finished. If you would like to contribute to this great project, please get...
Work Begins on Second Treadle Pump at Sarinesy
Following the successful installation of the first treadle pump on the Matitatana River, the community of Sarinesy has joined with TASC Madagascar to install a second pump to irrigate land close to...
New environmentally friendly ovens delivered to 550 families
Five hundred and fifty environmentally-friendly ovens have been provided to families in six of the poorest villages in the area around Vohipeno. This delivery follows on from the success of the...
SALOHY SCHOOL PROJECT COMPLETED
SALOHY RURAL SCHOOL NOW OPENED! The Salohy School project came to a joyous conclusion on 3 October 2017 with the official opening ceremony. Over 1000 people attended the occasion including...
Salohy Primary School – new well installed March 2107
A detailed report with photographs to explain how the local community embraced the building of the new well at Salohy. Click on the link below: salohy well report
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...