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Launch of the Ampi’Zay project with AFD

More than 10,000 people will benefit from this program by 2032 in schools in the fight against gender-based violence.

Beautiful people. 2024 is the year of the organization of the Paris Olympic Games, Ampi’Zay aims to fight against gender-based violence in schools and to nurture, through the practice of rugby, future champions of rugby. gender equality in Madagascar. This project is financed by the French Development Agency and is betting that rugby will become a powerful educational tool on the Big Island. The project, through rugby, will act in favor of the fight against gender-based violence (GBV) initially in educational establishments: middle schools over the period 2024-2032 and in high schools from 2027 and until 2032. For the launch of the project, the 1is last March at the Makis Stadium, the Director General of the AFD, Rémy Rioux, made the trip in the company of the deputy for the third Constituency of Côtes-d’Armor, Marc Le Fur, and the Director of Institutional Relations. The French Ambassador to Madagascar, Arnaud Guillois, and the Cooperation and Cultural Action Advisor, Patrick Bosdure, were also present on site during this launch with great fanfare, as was Rosa Rakotozafy, Director General of Sports representing the Minister, Haja Resampa. This Ampi’Zay project is initiated by Lands in Melee chaired by Pierre Gony in collaboration with the Association “ Women Break the Silent » in the fight against gender-based violence within colleges, through Sport, including Rugby in particular. Three ministries, among others, Youth and Sports, National Education, Population and Solidarity. By 2032, 3,625 direct beneficiaries and 7,280 indirect.


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