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  • Title: The Andrew Lees Trust
    Descriptive info: .. Social and Environmental Projects.. in Madagascar.. Home.. What we Do.. Village Voices.. Project Radio.. Radio SIDA.. HEPA Oral Testimonies.. Drought Mitigation.. Apemba Soa (Sorghum).. Emergency Relief.. Energy.. Tree Nursery.. Raising Awareness.. Where we Work.. Andry Lalana Tohana.. About Andrew Lees.. Education and Empowerment.. The Trust provides training, information and education at village level that enables  ...   resource management, fuel efficiency, health and well being.. The Trust is also committed to building the capacity of Malagasy professionals to design and implement appropriate development strategies at local level.. for improved self sufficiency and environmental protection.. Christmas appeal 2012 - help us to help local people help themselves.. Contact.. Resources.. Donate.. Links.. The Andrew Lees Trust..

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    Descriptive info: WHAT WE DO.. The Trust endeavours to reflect the inspiration and aspirations of its namesake,.. Andrew Lees.. , by empowering local people to help themselves and placing the solutions to natural resource management, environmental protection, food security and health in their hands.. It helped to launch the.. Centre Ecologique Libanona.. in 1995, a training centre for Malagasy students which now hosts an accredited university programme.. In Madagascar, the Trust began its own field programme in 1999 to respond to the needs of rural communities in the south of the island, and in 2010 Andrew Lees Trust (ALT UK) achieved its long term strategy to hand over to its local Malagasy field team,  ...   with technical assistance, fundraising and management advice and works in collaborative partnership with them on locally agreed projects.. The Trust’s projects have been designed and developed with local communities using participatory approaches and include:.. Communications for Development.. Village Voices for Development.. (2012, radio for good governance).. Project Radio SIDA.. (HIV radio programming).. Project HEPA.. (Oral testimonies from local communities).. Environment and Food Security.. Project Energy.. Drought Mitigation Programme.. Apemba Soa.. (Sorghum).. Emergency Relief Programme.. (2010-2012).. In the UK, the Trust:.. Now supports the Malagasy sister NGO,.. ( Alt Madagascar).. Collaborates with ALT MG on two projects :.. and.. Advocates for indigenous groups/marginalised communities in Madagascar.. Raises Awareness.. about Madagascar culture and development..

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  • Title: The Andrew Lees Trust | Voices for Development
    Descriptive info: Project V.. illage.. V.. oices for.. D.. evelopment (.. VVD).. The project was launched in February 2012with funds from.. Adsum Foundation.. as a feasibility study, and in partnership with.. Andry Lalana Tohana (ALT Mg).. who are implementing VVD on the ground.. The project aims to use radio as medium to address communications gaps between local communities and the decision makers who shape their local development; also to facilitate the voice of local people and increase open dialogue with a view to improving local governance.. The.. Swiss Embassy, Madagascar.. Media Support Partnership.. (UK) have match funded the feasability study to ensure time to evaluate its impacts and ascertain if it is viable for scaling up.. The project design enables local people to learn about and act on their rights to information and freedom of speech and has already produced and broadcast 40 radio programmes in Question and Answer format - in which citizens have recorded their questions and concerns directly to local decision makers and decision makers have recorded their response, edited together as in a dialogue; additionally VVD phone  ...   10,000 listeners have access to the VVD radio programmes and can participate in phone in programmes.. Early results are showing significant positive impacts on the local community and for local decision makers; a full report will be made available shortly.. Village Voices - a Testimony.. A woman in the Androy Region of Southern Madagascar testifies how her father has listened to a radio broadcast produced by the Village Voices for Development project, and how it has changed her life.. This particular radio programme is about land inheritance and speaks also about women's rights.. In Antandroy culture, women have very little status and do not traditionally receive inheritance even though Malagasy law gives them this right.. After listening to the VVD programme this woman's father decides to give her and her sisters an inheritance of land.. In southern Madagascar more than 80% of the population are rural producers reliant on subsistence farming for survival - so access to land is a primary concern.. More about the.. Village Voices for Development.. (PDF 1Mb).. Village Voices for Development Factsheet 2012.. (162 Kb)..

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  • Title: The Andrew Lees Trust
    Descriptive info: PROJET RADIO 1998 - 2009.. Funded by the European Commission, DFID and national partners, the project has delivered information and non-formal education by radio to upwards of 800,000 rural listeners across the south of Madagascar - empowering local communities to help themselves by learning new ways to improve their food security, agricultural practises, fishing, land and forest management, health and well being - at a cost of less than a dollar per head per year.. The project broadcast over  ...   DFID Evaluation.. Project Radio Evaluation - English Version.. (PDF 7.. 58 Mb).. Project Radio Evaluation - French Version.. (PDF 1.. 55Mb).. Project Radio Evaluation Summary.. (PDF 352Kb).. OTHER LINKS.. Madagascar Conservation and Development Articles:.. Radio broadcasting for sustainable development in southern Madagascar.. Two women and one man engaged in the Andrew Lees Trust Radio Broadcasting Project.. UNDP Communications for Empowerment:.. UNDP Communications for Empowerment Study - Madagascar.. (PDF 2.. 38 Mb)).. UNDP La communication pour l'empowerment a Madagascar.. 65Mb)..

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    Descriptive info: PROJECT RADIO SIDA 2003-2009.. In 2003 ALT was invited by the Committee Nationale de Lutte Contre le SIDA (CNLS), the national HIV AIDS awareness council in Madagascar, to build on the success of ‘Project Radio’ and develop HIV radio programming for the south.. The project produced over 78 specialised radio broadcasts on HIV themes, a mini soap opera, distributed 2000 solar/wind up radios and set up listening groups across Tulear and Fianarantsoa ex-Provinces for the national HIV radio campaign.. Project SIDA - Project Description.. Project Radio SIDA - Factsheet..

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    Descriptive info: PROJECT HEPA – ORAL TESTIMONY 2007-2009.. HEPA is an abbreviation of Hetahetam-Po Ambara signifying.. Proclaim what is in your heart.. The project recorded oral testimonies from local communities in Androy and Anosy.. It produced 5 films, a book in three languages, and a range of web publications; the testimonies have been disseminated locally, nationally and internationally to increase the voice of local populations, and improve awareness about the knowledge and experience of indigenous people in southern Madagascar.. Project Factsheet.. Project HEPA  ...   ifad.. org/.. VOICES OF CHANGE.. English version.. (PDF 11.. 62Mb).. French version.. (PDF 23.. 6MB).. Malagasy version.. (PDF 24.. 3Mb).. Panos London has produced a short (3:51 min) film about its Oral Testimony work called Stories to tell, stories to hear.. Watch it here.. Two of the films made by the local beneficiaries under Project HEPA have since been shown at the.. Copenhagen Climate Change film festival 2009.. to help debate around climate change adaptation and highlight issues for developing countries..

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  • Title: The Andrew Lees Trust
    Descriptive info: DROUGHT MITIGATION PROGRAMME 2006-2009.. The project has responded to local food security needs in the drought ridden Androy region, whilst also addressing natural resource management challenges.. It has provided more than 500 families with drought resistant sorghum seed to grow as a main crop, and to use as fodder and fuel.. The project also launched a commercial plantation with a local association, provided trees to assist land tenure, trained women in fuel efficient stove building and raised awareness about HIV..

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  • Title: The Andrew Lees Trust
    Descriptive info: PROJECT APEMBA SOA 2008-2010.. Project APEMBA SOA has built on and extended the success of ALT s.. (DMP) to provide sorghum seed and trainings for 1280 families to improve their food harvests and nutrition.. 1654 tons of sorghum has been produced by local farmers and stocks of drought resistant sorghum have been increased.. The project is being further extended by Andry Lalana Tohana (ALT Madagascar) into other areas of the south..

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  • Title: The Andrew Lees Trust
    Descriptive info: EMERGENCY RELIEF PROGRAMME.. 2009-2012.. The emergency relief programme aims to assist communities living in the deep-south of Madagascar who face extreme drought, food insecurity and environmental challenges.. The project employs thousands of villagers on a day wage using a.. money for food for work.. scheme, and mobilises them to stabilise dunes, excavate water basins and plant trees.. The project enables people to buy food during the annual hunger gap whilst also bringing long term benefits for land management, agriculture, and animal husbandry.. New Project - Flood relief in  ...   12Kb).. Emergency Relief - Project Description.. Emergency Relief Programme - Factsheet 2012.. Emergency Relief Programme - Final Report 2010 - 2012.. View the films:.. Andranosinike - Water Ditches (1).. Andranosinike - Water Ditches (2).. Andranosinike - Water Basins.. Afondralambo Dune Stabilisation.. Belemboke North - Reforestation.. Belenboke Summit - Reforestation.. Sivey Tree Planting - Reforestation.. Dam Projects.. Watch three slide shows about the ALT Emergency Relief Projects:.. SlideShow 1 - ALT Relief - Dunes Coast.. SlideShow 2 - ALT Relief - Stabilising Amboñaivo.. SlideShow 3 - ALT Relief - Forestry..

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  • Title: The Andrew Lees Trust
    Descriptive info: PROJECT ENERGY 1999-2005.. Project Energy was launched in 1999 to bring fuel efficiency training to women in rural areas of southern Madagascar, in particular to train them to build a fuel efficient stove - the.. Toko Mitsitsy.. ™.. - which can produce fuel savings of up to 65% whilst also reducing the amount  ...   income spent purchasing wood.. The TM is built from local natural materials, with mixes varying according to region, to be readily accessible and affordable.. The project trained 124 trainers who went on to train women in villages to build over 36,000 fuel efficient stoves.. Project Energy - Project Description.. Project Energy - Factsheet..

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  • Title: The Andrew Lees Trust
    Descriptive info: ALT TREE NURSERY.. The ALT tree nursery was set up in 2003 and has produced and distributed over 30,000 trees to local families, schools and associations.. By increasing the number of trees planted at family level for domestic use as food, fodder and fuel for, the Trust aims  ...   to ALT s founder.. Marek Mayer.. in 2007 in honour of his contribution to the Trust over ten years.. In 2009 the nursery was transferred to the Malagasy NGO Andry Lalana Tohana (ALT Madagascar) as part of the transition to locally owned and led development.. Read about Marek Mayer..

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