Implementation of an inclusive and equitable socio-economic development programme for the most vulnerable, especially children and women
700 young people, 270 women, 3 associations and 13 villages
2024/2027 – 4 years
Village of Ambohinaorina, municipality of Anosiala, Region of Analamanga
Project financed under a framework agreement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
The CADRI, created in 2004, aims to contribute to the socio-economic development of the municipality of Anosiala, in the region of Analamanga. Adopting a holistic approach to development, it has set up, to varying degrees, 5 inter-related departments addressing different segments of the population and from different angles, the common denominator being the most disadvantaged sections of rural areas:
-Department of general education
-Health and community development department which includes the Mother and Child Reception Centre (CME)
-Department of technical and vocational training
-Department of productive activities and environmental protection
-Department of cultural and sporting activities.
CADRI was therefore born from a private initiative of people native to the region who have remained real players, anxious to put their skills at the service of the disadvantaged populations of the Commune of Anosiala. These “actors” are grouped within the “Association for the Promotion of CADRI” which manages the various departments. At the level of the Centre itself, it is the FVVH Association (Fikambanany Vehivavy Vonona Handroso: Association of Women for Progress) which ensures the coordination of activities. It is affiliated to the Network of Rural Women’s Associations coordinated by the municipality of Anosiala.
The women of Anosiala in Madagascar are 65% farmers or 14% sellers but have only few means of production and income (97% live below the poverty line). Married women are traditionally financially dependent on their husbands and often victims of domestic violence. This marriage prevents them from properly accessing the land. In addition to precarious sanitary conditions, few women have access to medical care. There are 44 deaths per 1000 children (often due to malnutrition).
This project targets food security and access to healthcare. In addition, it promotes a socio-economic development program for the most vulnerable.
-Improve the equipment and skills of the health personnel of the Mother and Child Centre (MCC).
-Produce/distribute enriched porridge for children.
-Make care and medication more accessible.
-Train CARDI staff to build their capacity.
-Consolidate the structure, governance, and communication system of CADRI.
-Strengthen the capacities of associations in governance, association management and empowerment.
-Establish a revolving fund (granting loans to associations).
180 children (< 5 years old), 230 young people (< 15 years old), 290 young adults (< 25 years old), 570 women (> 25 years old), 3 associations and 13 villages