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, Boky Mamiko finances the expenditures (ingredients, charcoal, and the salary of a cook) to provide a daily nutritious meal to all the students of École Mamiko through January-March.