Source : UNICEF UNDP World Bank
Antenna Technologies Antsirabé (ATA), with Nathalie RASOANAIVO as president, has experienced a strong development phase between 2005 and 2010, during which ATA contributed to the creation of 12 installations to grow spirulina (10 are still active today), representing 1450 m2 of spirulina pond surface.
This growth period allowed the charity NGO to create several jobs in Madagascar and to provide thousands of malagasy children with an effective nutritional supplement.
Antenna France encountered a difficult phase between 2011 and 2012, due to the political and economic situation. Additionnaly, the destruction of some installations by cyclones severing in those years didn’t help.
Nevertheless, in 2013, everything was back on a positive track.
Zazakely is an association located in the very poor district of Mahazina in Antsirabé. It set up the project together
In the surroundings of Antananarivo, the association “Espoir pour un enfant” installed a 60m2 spirulina installation at the Ketsa centre.
In 2007 a production centre was set up on the site of the Amadea Association in Antsirabé, which includes 60m2
A spirulina production pond (30m2) was installed in 2006 at the “Enfants du Soleil” Association in the Ambahano district of
We launched a programme to start a production centre with diversified agriculture around spirulina in Rangaina, a small village located
A first microcredit experiment was conducted successfully at the end of 2013 with a dozen mothers (all loans were fully
Founded in March 2009 the Nutrition House has a triple objective : 1. To hand out every day a balanced
The Ibity Farm is the first project that was launched in the surroundings of Antsirabé in 2005 by Antenna Technologies