LEEP   Life Experience Exchange Program

The Life Experience Exchange Program (LEEP) was created by Hope for Madagascar in 2005 to help Malagasy children  age 8 to 16 develop an appreciation of their own cultural and environmental biodiversity as well as learning about other children's culture and environment from other countries.

 

 

 

LEEP 2012 Antsiranana - Joffre Ville
EPP Sakaramy - Hope For Madagascar 2012
LEEP 2012 - Antsiranana - Hope For Madagascar

LEEP 2012

 

Location: Antsiranana (Diego Suarez)

Date: December 8 - December 9, 2012

Participants: EPP Sakaramy, EPP Ramena , EPP Anketrabe, EPP Ambolibozikely. (15 Adults and 21 School Children)

Theme: Water

HFM staff: Fanja Rakotonirina, Joan Russell, Georges Raelisaona and Christophe R.

Teachers: Zainabo, Peace Corp Volunteer,

Local Staff: Sosthene,  Rene Tohiry, Johnny, Gabriel, Lucky.

 

 

Activities:

 

- Presentation from each school's representative about their everyday life in their village followed by Question and Answer session.

 

- Teaching the school children about the importance of water in our daily lives and the need to preserve it through songs and various fun activities.

 

- Visit of Montagne d'Ambre National Park.

 

- Play time together with children from different areas followed by general knowledge quiz and prize distribution.

 

- Reforestation in Joffre Ville. Antsiranana.

 

 

LEEP 2012 - Antsiranana - Hope For Madagascar
Prize Distribution - LEEP 2012 Antsiranana
LEEP 2012 - Antsiranana - Reforestation - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 - Ampasimbe Onibe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 - At Ivoloina Parc - Ampasimbe Onibe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 - Ampasimbe Onibe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 -  The Village of Ampasimbe Onibe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 -  Canoe ride in Foulepointe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar

LEEP 2010

Location: Ampasimbe Onibe (Analanjirofo Region)

 

Date: October 19 - October 20, 2010.

 

Participants: EPP Ampasimbe Onibe, EPP Antetezambaro, EPP Ampangalantsary Antsapanana - Andasibe, EPP Ambalavato Sud - Antsirabe, Ecole Ny Aina - Ambohimanarina, Antananarivo - (10 Adults and 30 School children)

 

Theme: Water and the forest, Why are they important to us?

 

HFM staff: Fanja Rakotonirina, Joan Russell and Georges Raelisaona

 

Peace Corps Volunteers: Sara Tolliver (Andasibe), Kanto Cummings (Antetezambaro)

 

Teachers:  Ny aina Dina Rakotomalala (Antananarivo), Genevieve (Ampasimbe onibe), Seraphine (Antetezambaro), Zeda (Andasibe), Lucie (Ambalavato Sud Antsirabe).               , 

 

 

 

Activities:

 

- Presentation of each school's representative about their everyday life in the village followed by questions and answers session.

 

- Gameplay sessions teaching the children about the importance of water and the forest in our daily lives and the need to preserve them.

 

- Visit of Ampasibe Onibe village exploring its ecosystem followed by an idea exchange session betwen the school children themselves.

 

- Waters and the forests theme quiz followed by prize distribution.

 

- Reforestation in Ampasimbe Onibe. Planting of 100 Hintsy, Nafaza and Eucaliptus baby trees.

 

- Visit of Ivoloina Parc.

 

LEEP 2010 - Toamasina - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 - Ampasimbe Onibe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 - Reforestation - Ampasimbe Onibe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 -  Children of Ampasimbe Onibe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2010 -  Poster - Ampasimbe Onibe - Antsinanana Region - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2008 - Nathan Lazarus - Boulder, Colorado, USA - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2008 - Nathan Lazarus Presentation - Hope For Madagascar
LEEP 2008 - Children from Antananarivo at Ranomafana National Parc - Hope For Madagascar

LEEP 2008

Location: Ambalona (Vatovavy Fitovinany Region)

 

Participants: EPP Ambalona, EPP Anosimparihy, EPP  Kelilalina, Nathan Lazarus (Boulder, Colorado, USA)

 

Theme: Water and the forest

 

HFM staff: Fanja Rakotonirina, Joan Russell and Elizabeth Lazarus.

 

Local Staff: Fidelis, Raelison, Gabriel Andriamanjatonony, Mami Raelisaona, Christophe

 

 

 

Activities:

 

- Presentation of each school's representative about their everyday life in the village followed by  question and answer sessions.

 

- Gameplay sessions teaching the children about the importance of water and the forest in our daily lives and the need to preserve them.

 

- Visit of Ranomafana National Park

 

- Waters and the forests theme quiz followed by prize distribution.

 

- Reforestation in Ambalona