Imagine you start bleeding from somewhere you have never before. How do you feel? Nicole unpacks our workshop held on Menstrual Hygiene Day with the Girl Scouts of Fort Dauphin. Originally posted on End Water Poverty.
The SEED blog
Talking about sustainable environment, education, development in Southeast Madagascar.
In Anosy, over 90% of people have never tested for HIV and in a country where cases of the infection are skyrocketing, the region is in desperate need of support. Find out where Project Mitao comes in in this blog.
How do you get kids to wash their hands? The answer might be to ‘nudge’ them into. At Lanirano Primary School, we’ve constructed handwashing 'nudges' along with a new latrine block and handwashing facilities. Project development officer Millie explains what they are in this blog.
This Earth Day, our Foresty Specialist Sam Ambler reflects on the impact deforestation has had on southern Madagascar's already endangered species.
Tsinjo is the Project Coordinator of Project Safidy, a project that works with the government to deliver a rights-based sexual and reproductive health curriculum to students across Madagascar.
As part of our #WomenOfSEED series we interviewed Madame Fleur, ex-primary school teacher and invaluable supporter of our school building projects.
This Water Action Month we're highlighting the importance of WASH in education. Madagascar is the third poorest in the world for sanitation. Find out how we work with educators to tackle WASH issues in the south-east.
Meet Elise, she works as a Government Health Agent with Project Votsira and is one of our #WomenOfSEED this International Women's Day. Want to know what Government Health Agent does? Find out here.
As the Project Tatirano team install their 100th system, we reflect on the impact this simple rainwater harvesting technique has had on the lives of those living in the Mahatalaky area of Madagascar. Originally published on the Development in Action blog.
As Project Ala begins, Senior Research Assistant Stephanie reminds us of the threats to Sainte Luce and the importance of the project to the local lemur population. Originally posted on Lemur Conservation Network.