The Left Foot hosted a 5-day workshop in Antananarivo, Madagascar on March 19-23, 2018.
The workshop aimed to provide avenue for participants to discuss and identify the pressing issues the Malagasy citizens face and plan on how to resolve them, collecting everyone’s support and assistance in carrying out planned projects for the Malagasy citizen.
Key agenda discussed are as follows:
What can Malagasy citizens do?
Rights and responsibilities of Malagasy citizens
How well are we fulfilling our roles as Malagasy citizens? (Group Discussion)
How well are we fulfilling our roles as Malagasy citizens? (Team Presentations)
What’s the problem? Identifying issues and deciding how to address them.
Building plan of action
Team plan of action presentations
Workshop attendees came from Imerinatsiatosika to learn about ways to empower youth and citizens in their community
Workshop organizers and leaders gave presentations. Here, Left Foot Madagascar program manager Njiva Rakotonirina explains the presentation.
Participants were engaged in learning, sharing and questioning.
American workshop leader Thomas Leary and members of the Generation Citizen organization contributed greatly to the workshop’s success.
Assistant PAO Amy Kornbluth participated in the closing ceremony.
RTA Television broadcast a report on the workshop. Above, The Left Foot’s co-president Fidy Andriambalohery was interviewed for the report.