For a year, Violette and Sophie have been preparing to go to Madagascar and do an internship at the Sarobidy Center.

Unfortunately, they will not be able to go there this year because the borders are still closed.

However, they will still be there a little bit: 4 and a half pallets will leave for Madagascar!

We congratulate them for their enthusiasm and hard work!

Violet tells us:

"We had an appointment in May with Mr Philippe Heura, the mayor of our village (Le Broc 06)

and an elected official, Agnès Adamo, who followed and advised us a great deal for this project.

They also offered to help us finance our tickets.

Thanks to the contacts of the mayor, we were able to reach the president of the Nice football club and obtain three autographed balls with a jersey and t-shirts.

Mr Heura also contacted the company Transcan to allow us to transport things by sea. Transcan did not give us any particular limits. The town hall lent us a place to store the boxes. Our mothers helped us a lot to publicize our project. And we went to our old primary school and that of the village above (Bouillon), to present our project to the children.

We approached Carrefour who gave us T-shirts.

Decathlon could not help us, so we did some shopping for the children of Sarobidy.

My mother also managed to recover tennis rackets from the Carros club, which no longer used them.

Sophie's mother asked the teachers at her school to give the end of their ordered stock for this school year. »

A big thank you to them!

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