The early history of AiNA Soa is a part of my story. I’ve known it for a longer time. If I do not carry out this project, I would deeply regret it. As an emergency nurse, by working abroad in different countries in Africa and a FH degree in social work I dared to realize the project and found an aid organization.
The years of development in Madagascar were instructive, productive, challenging and made me grow close to the country and its people. Back in Switzerland, my focus is on coaching the Malagasy team and managing the association’s work.
The vision of what AiNA Soa should become has already taken shape. Malagasy people are empowered and continue to develop their country. Today they are the driving force of the change we want to see. Today AiNA Soa is no longer just my story, but that of many people, because they are part of this valuable work. My deepest thanks go to all of them.
However, there was one, who gave courage, brought people together, showed solutions and opened doors – without him, I am convinced that AiNA Soa would have remained a dream. Nihil sin Deo – nothing without God – AiNA Soa is a testimony to this.