Madagascar: Thanks to your donations, the children of the landfill will soon have a new school

In Madagascar, doctor Fanaperantsoa Rado Andrianjafy brings help to the “children of the landfill”.

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Lhe “children of the landfill” live with their families in absolute poverty. The 200 families who live in the heart of the landfill are looking for something to eat and do some recycling. Each family has 4 to 9 children who wander through the waste of the city and surrounding industries. The inhabitants of the landfill had almost nothing and yet they lost everything during Cyclone Enawo. In this dramatic context, Dr Rado is as always by their side.

Medical aid, construction, education, food aid, distribution of milk for infants… There is so much to do!

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Donations sent by IC Compassion allowed the construction of a new school to begin. The foundations are already finished. The children also received new school supplies. Basic products will be distributed to them on the occasion of Easter, as well as foodstuffs to spend a festive time on Easter weekend.

“We try to do the best we can to help, as the bible says in Matthew 10:42. Thank you for all your help and support to his people at the landfill. Be blessed."
Dr Rado

And whoever gives one of these little ones a glass of cold water only because he is my disciple, I tell you the truth, he will not lose his reward.
Matthew 10: 42

Following the tragic mudslide and rocks that buried 5 districts of Mocoa, IC Compassion is mobilizing to provide emergency aid. You can join the effort of our relays in Colombia by transmitting a donation in favor of disaster victims.


Discover other emergency actions carried out in Madagascar thanks to donations sent to IC Compassion:
- After the cyclone, your donations bless the poorest in Madagascar
- After Enawo, emergency aid begins to arrive in Madagascar
- Cyclone Enawo: Emergency aid has arrived in Antohomadinika

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