Madagascar

   

Country Summary:

Staff Members
Papisy Ialfine, Razanandratefa Zotonantenaina and Rakotonirina Claudia

When registered
2011

Alliance focal network
Fédération pour la Promotion Féminine et Enfantine (FPFE)

Government COEs
67
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Media COEs
6

Key partners
Ministère de la Population de la Protection Sociale et de la Promotion de la Femme; Ministère de l’Artisanat de la Culture et des Patrimoines; Association des Elus Sensible au Genre (AESG); Conseil National des Femmes de Madagascar (CNFM), EISA, UNESCO; UNFPA; UNDP; Centre de Presse Malagasy; Département Interdisciplinaire de Formation Professionnelle (DIFP); Université d’Antananarivo, Union Africaine, Union Européenne

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Madagascar Strategy 2016 – 2020

MAHITASOA Yvonne Christalline – Madagascar

L’éducation est le garant d’un avenir meilleur pour les jeunes filles  Yvonne Christalline est proviseur du lycée de Manambaro depuis maintenant deux ans. Elle a connu Gender Links (GL) en 2014 lors de la présentation du projet « Centre d’excellence pour l’intégration du genre » mené dans sa commune. Elle a assisté à tous les ateliers de […]

EUGENE Michelline – Madagascar

EUGENE Michelline, institutrice d’une école primaire privée, a quatre enfants. Elle réside dans la Commune Urbaine d’Ambovombe Androy, l’une des zones les plus patriarcales à Madagascar et qui pratique jusqu’à présent la polygamie. Ils se sont installés à Ambovombe dans le cadre du travail de son époux. Ces dernières années, Michelline a vécu mal son […]

August 15, 2016 Themes: Economic violence Programs: Gender & Governance

RAZANAMADY Razafindramora Claire – Madagascar

RAZANAMADY Razafindramora Claire – Madagascar

Claire raised her six children alone after she had been a victim of intimate partner violence for years. After she worked with Gender Links (GL), her life really changed. She gained theoretical knowledge and practical experience she had never thought she would ever have. The concept of gender is one of the things she learnt. Previously, she believed that when we talk about gender we refer to women, while gender is ultimately a concept related to the social construction, women are perceived as weak and passive and are associated with the domestic and private world, while men are seen as strong and enterprising in the public world.

Learning Journey: Every failure is a new opportunity

“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.” Paulo Coelho As the manager of Gender Links Francophone countries, one of my responsibilities is to seek funding for the sustainability of Gender Links activities in Madagascar and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Thus, the year 2015 was marked […]

July 31, 2016 Themes: Education Programs: News

Learning Journey: A passion for learning

“You just need to have a passion for learning,” Claudia Rakotonirina Time spent at Gender Links (GL) is always an opportunity to learn and to share. 2015 was a memorable year for me both at a professional and personal level.  As a programme officer of GL Madagascar, my tasks at the office are varied but […]

Rapports Ramena COE

COE Report card Stage Description Date Outputs I Meetings and adoption of COE concept 06 Feb 2014 Buy-in report Score card II Situation analysis 03 Jan 2014 Situation analysis III SADC Protocol on gender and development 12 June 2014 Village meeting IV Inception workshop 10-12 June 2014 Inception workshop V Action planning workshop 04-06 Aug […]

July 24, 2016 Themes: Local Government Programs: Centres of Excellence | Gender & Governance

Rapports Mahajanga COE

COE Report card Stage Description Date Outputs I Meetings and adoption of COE concept 04 October 2012 Buy-in report Score card II Situation analysis 04 October 2012 Situation analysis III SADC Protocol on gender and development 10 October 2012 Village meeting IV Inception workshop 05-06 October 2012 Inception workshop V Action planning workshop 8-10 October […]

July 24, 2016 Themes: Local Government Programs: Centres of Excellence | Gender & Governance

Rapport Antanamitarana COE

COE Report card Stage Description Date Outputs I Meetings and adoption of COE concept 02 August 2010 Buy-in report Score card II Situation analysis 02 August 2010 Situation analysis III SADC Protocol on gender and development 06 August 2010 Village meeting report IV Inception workshop 03 August 2012 Inception workshop V Action planning workshop Agusut […]

July 24, 2016 Themes: Local Government Programs: Centres of Excellence | Gender & Governance

Report card CUD

COE Report card Stage Description Date Outputs I Meetings and adoption of COE concept 21 June 2011 Buy-in report Score card II Situation analysis 13 March 2013 Situational Analysis III SADC Protocol on gender and development 15 March 2013 Village level meeting IV Inception workshop 13 – 15 March Inception workshop V Action planning workshop […]

July 24, 2016 Themes: Local Government Programs: Gender & Governance

Rapports Commune Urbaine Diego

COE Report card Stage Description Date Outputs I Meetings and adoption of COE concept 21 June 2011 Buy-in report Score card II Situation analysis 13 March 2013 Situational Analysis III SADC Protocol on gender and development 15 March 2013 Village level meeting IV Inception workshop 13 – 15 March Inception workshop V Action planning workshop […]

July 24, 2016 Themes: Local Government Programs: Gender & Governance
Madagascar

Office

Country ManagerIalfine PAPISY
Phone020 22 350 51
Emailmadamanager@genderlinks.org.za
AddressLot C 142 B Andranomena, Antananarivo -101-