August 29, 2009

Effort et Esperance in Madagascar

"Why aren't you in school?" Albertine Razafimahatratra asked some children in her neighborhood. Their answer was short. "No money," they told her. Many were the sons and daughters of pousse-pousse (rickshaw) drivers, who earn very little.Albertine decided to do what she could to remedy the situation. She paid for 15 children to go to school, and then she began teaching children in her father's house. This was when Albertine, backed by supporters in France, started Association Zazakely to...
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