SPONSOR A GIRL

HOW IT WORKS

Sponsoring a girl to go to high school in Madagascar is easy and rewarding. For as little as $1.50 a day, you can ensure that another girl gets the education she deserves. That’s less than the price of a daily latte at your local coffee shop.

Each September, Madaworks will start the high school careers of the selected students. Their picture and story will be on this page. You will have the opportunity to contribute directly to the remaining two years of their high school career to complete their education. The sponsorship pays for their school fees, supplies, as well as room and board. School fees are paid directly to the school. All expenses are distributed and monitored by our Scholarship Committee, based in Madagascar.

You can change the course of their lives and provide them with the avenue out of poverty. As funding increases we will add more girls to our program.

Please join us to celebrate what is possible when you educate a girl.

Julie Rakotozafy

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Julie is the first high school graduate that Madaworks supported. Because of our assistance , she was able to finish high school and is now a university student studying nursing.

Against all odds she achieved her baccalaureate on her fist attempt, which is almost unheard of. Out of 2000 children who enter kindergarten, only one will graduate 12th grade. We are finding solutions to change that number.

Olga Ramanampitahiry

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Olga is from the village of Ambalakira, about a 15-minute walk to her high school in Ambalakindresy. She thinks high school is important because the BEPC diploma (after middle school) is not enough to progress to further study. She wants to study at the Pedagogy Institute and become a teacher. Her parents are both farmers and her mother is a weaver. Her family consists of 12 siblings, 8 boyus and 4 giurls so in her free time she helps her mom with her small weaving business. She also enjoys soccer.

Sarah Louise Avotriniaina

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Sarah attends the high school in Ambalakindresy and is second in her class. She lives with her mother in the small village of Namorona, which is a 40-minute walk to school. Her father passed away last year. Her mother is a weaver and makes hats and bags.

She thinks it is important to go to high school to succeed at passing the BAC (national diploma exam). She also enjoys soccer and helping her mom. She aspires to become a nurse-midwife.

Her name, ‘Avotriniaina’ means “saved life” because her mother had a difficult pregnancy and she was a miracle baby!

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Jeannine is from the town of Amboditanimena and comes from a family of 9 childrenl 5 boys and 4 girls. She wants to become a pastor and study at the Faculty of Theology in Fianarantsoa after High School. Her parents are both farmers. She thinks high school is important because the Faculty where she wants to study requires a baccalaureate diploma and she cannot become what she wants to become without the baccalaureate diploma. During her free time she helps her poarents and enjoys soccer. The high school she attends is in Ambalakindresy and because the walk is over an hour each way, she is renting a lodgings near the school.

Bernadette Rasoanambinina

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Bernadette is from the town of Ranomafana and is attending Ranomafana High School. She is one of the students supported by a grant from the US Embassy in Madagascar. She has one younger sister and her father works at the Thermal pool in Ranomafana; her mother is a farmer. Tourism is of great interest to her and she wants to attend Fianarantsoa University to become a tourist specialist. In her free time she enjoys swimming.

Paquerette Ravosolo

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Paquerette lives on the outskirts of Ranomafana, about an hour walk to school. She lives at home with her family who are fruit tree farmers. In her free time, she enjoys soccer and reading. She thinks it is important to go to high school to contribute to her familyb and her community. She wants to become a judge.

Her name means “daisy” like the flower.

Lucia Rasoanirinia

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Lucia is from the town of Kelilalina and is attending the Kelilalina High School. She has two older brothers and her mom works as a weaver; her dad is a farmer. She is one of the students supported by a grant from the US Embassy in Madagascar. She will study eco-tourism at the university and hopes one day to be a tour guide. In her spare time her favorite thing to do is help her mother with weaving.

Yalida Rasoanambinina

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Yalida is from the town of Kelilalina and attends the Kelilalina High School. In 2016 she was one of the girls featured in our debut video for Madaworks! She has three older siblings and is being raised by a single mother who is a farmer. In her family, she is the first one to continue to high school. Tourism interests her and she wants to become a tourist guide after attending university. Her favorite pastimes are reading and practicing languages.

Ranama

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Ranama is from the town of Ambalakindresy and she is attending the high school of Ambalakindresy. Her parents are both farmers and she has one brother and one sister. She hopes to become a teacher one day and attend Fianarantsoa University for her studies. In her spare time she enjoys helping her parents with farming.

Viviane Rahanitriniala

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Viviane is from the village of Ankialo, about a 15-minute walk to her high school in Ambalakindresy. She wants to bbecome a doctor and study at the Medical UNiversity. Her parents are both farmers and she has 8 siblings: 6 boyus and 3 girls. Her studies are very important to her because she wants to achieve the baccalaureate to be able to attend University. In her spare time she visits the library to take books to read and she helps her parents with farming.

Hanta Christine Tahinasoa

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Hanta is from the town of Ranomafana and has 5 older siblings who help raise her. Her big sister, who cares for her, is employed as a maid at a local hotel. Her father left the family when she was 10 and her mom passed away in 2008. She is one of the students supported by a grant from the US Embassy in Madagascar. Research and biodiversity studies interest her and she wants to study environmental science at university. In her spare time she enjoys basketball and swimming.

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YOUR DONATION WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE

MONTHLY SPONSORSHIP

  • Invest In The Future
    $10 Monthly
    • School Fees
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  • Half A Year Of Education
    $25 Monthly
    • School Fees
    • Accomodation
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  • 2 Students Full Year
    $100 Monthly
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