Digital education is a reality in Madagascar

Our digital programmes are being rolled out on a major scale in Madagascar. There are currently 30 digital schools in the country, and soon another 28 new buildings will be opening. In addition, the digital centre and Solidarity FabLabs programmes are also active in the country, with the launch of the first centre and first FabLab.
 

The Solidarity FabLab

Created with the SOS Village d’enfantsassociation, the first Solidarity FabLab in Madagascar is an important step forward for the digital education of children in the country. It will raise awareness and provide training in digital technology for the most underprivileged children. Read the article

FabLab Solidarity Madagascar Foundation Orange

 

The Digital Centre

The launch of the first digital centre in the country will allow 130 women without qualifications to take part in training. This centre aims to encourage independence and give them a base to launch their own business. Read the article

centre digital madagascar foundation orange

 

The digital school

Since 2014 and the launch of the programme in the country, 30 digital schools have opened their doors. There will be another 28 open soon. As with this school in Antananarivo, digital kits help with the students’ learning. Read th article

school digital madagascar foundation orange tablets student

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