The last weeks of November were a period in my life when I really felt the meaning of the quotes "Life is full of ups and downs" and "Rain is followed by sunshine". As head of the medical team, I prepared myself with all my heart for the arrival of the new doctors in
After months in lockdown because of the coronavirus, life here in Madagascar, in Antananarivo, is gradually resuming its course. For AiNA soa and the team the daily work starts with new challenges. In the past months, the team has evaluated the previous work and brought up new ideas to improve the working methods to
Hello everybody! Today I would like to share with you one of my greatest adventures that I experienced during my time at AiNA soa. I will remember this experience forever. It happened in September 2017, when I was assigned with the medical team for a first aid training in Anosibe An'Ala - in the
As corona infection rate in Madagascar decreases, life returns to its normal course. Official exams take place, travelling from Antananarivo to other regions are starting, some touristic places are now open. Nonetheless, life will not be the same as before with a new invisible element as part of our environment. Barrier measures against corona virus,
The corona virus remains as an important actor in what is happening in the world at this time. Every country, every activity, every source of family income is affected. The number of cases and deaths still increase in many countries. In Madagascar, the government has decided a re-lockdown Antananarivo, the capital city, and its
The Corona virus is shaking the world. It defies health systems and economic power of every nation. It creates panic and disturbs social life. At a more personal level, it brings fear and uncertainties. In the midst of all these troubles, the only source of peace is the faith that our God is in control.
Madagascar’s independance from the French colonisation will be remembered on the 26th of June. The usual celebration will not happen due to the corona virus partial lockdown. The following article is given from a Malagasy perspective. 60 years of independance should have led the country to the stage of maturity. Sadly enough, the reality