In rural Madagascar food insecurity remains a reality for many families. During the rainy season, January to March, most crops are not yet ready for harvest and fishing is off-season. Since most households rely on subsistence agriculture and fishing for their food security, these are months of hardship and hunger.
To alleviate the annual hunger gap, through January-March Boky Mamiko finances the expenditures (ingredients, charcoal, and the salary of a cook) to provide a daily nutritious meal to students of two schools: the Mamiko school in Djangoa and the Saint Laurent school in Beandrarezona.
A SCHOOL MEAL AT THE MAMIKO SCHOOL IN DJANGOA
SCHOOL MEALS AT THE SAINT LAURENT SCHOOL IN BEANDRAREZONA