Current actions will be framed by the strategic lines of intervention provided for in the 2015-2020 Strategic Plan.
Where are we in this year 2020
“As the great powers scrambled to reach the moon, we looked for ways to reach our villages ...
Now, the great powers have gone to the moon and come back, and even communicate with the stars ...
… We are still trying to reach our villages, and our villages seem more and more distant. "
Julius Nyerere - President of Tanzania (1964 - 1985)
Our road network is deteriorating rapidly because we are not investing properly in routine maintenance. So the rehabilitation works of our roads after 5 years without maintenance are costing us dearly. It is important that all citizens participate in the reconstruction and preservation of our road network to ensure the mobility of all throughout Madagascar.
In recent years, road accidents have continued to increase. They are fatal or a source of serious physical handicap for the victims. Raising the awareness of road users to adopt responsible behavior will be a priority action. At the same time, the authorities should take the appropriate measures to limit this upsurge in accidents.
The team of the NGO Lalana
Lalana's corporate values are characterized by the desire to make its contribution to development through an innovative approach, united around strong values: initiative, professionalism, creativity.
Project : Lutte contre la propagation du COVID 19
In the fight against COVID 19, Lalana’s initiative has been supported by the Fanainga program. The objective of the initiative is to strengthen the fight against the spread of COVID19 in relation to the supply flows of the capital in basic food products in 10 suburban municipalities of the city of Antananarivo
Project : Comprendre l'impact du Covid-19 sur la mobilité des femmes et des ménages vulnérables dans les zones périurbaines d'Antananarivo, Madagascar
Lalana was able to conduct research on the impacts of Covid 19 on the mobility of women and vulnerable households in the suburban area of the capital of Madagascar, with the support of High Volume Transport (HVT) of UK Aid.
Project : Mise en place de dispositif de maintenance pérenne de pistes rurales
By providing technical assistance to the CASEF Project (INSUCO and SOCODEVI), Lalana aims to set up a long-term maintenance system for rural roads and is currently carrying out pilot actions in the Atsinanana, Itasy, and Vakinankaratra regions.
Lalana is currently made up of a team of fifty people, including twenty permanent staff, made up of :
- Engineers: BTP,
- Rural Engineering,
- Journalist - communicator,
- Construction technicians, Trainers,
- Administrative staff.
Secrétaire - Trésorier
Responsable Administratif et Financier
RANDRIANARISOA Haja Guy
Andriatsilavo RAHARIMANANTENA Ny Ony
Ana Luisa Silva
Jean Claude RAZANAMPARANY