Studio 7, 1a Beethoven Street, London, W10 4LG, United Kingdom
Registration number 1079121
Madagascar’s educational outcomes remain very poor, with primary school completion rates at just five out of ten. Insufficient educational infrastructure is a symptom of the country’s severe underdevelopment; there are simply not enough classrooms in Madagascar to accommodate all children. School sanitation infrastructure across Madagascar is also often non-existent or insufficient to meet basic sanitary needs. With 52% of the rural population practicing open defecation, as many as 6,900 Malagasy children die each year of diarrheal diseases. In order to promote long-term improvement of WASH practices, all teachers at both Ranomafana Lycée and CEG will be provided with WASH education training, enabling them to deliver five 30-minute interactive lessons on WASH principles to all of their students.