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Technical Assistance & Cooperation Projects

Vehivavy Amaray / Women for Tomorrow

Vehivavy Amaray / Women for Tomorrow

The Vehivavy Amaray/Women for Tomorrow is a pilot project that promotes the economic empowerment of rural women in the agricultural sector in two municipalities in Madagascar. It sheds light on the challenges faced by rural women. EarthEcho Communications partners with Rivotra in implementing the project.

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The “do re ni” brain stimulation project

The Do Re Ni project aims to identify the impact of the brain stimulation action of the ‘do re ni’ methodology on the cognitive and mental states, as well as the quality of life, of individuals aged over 60. EarthEcho Communications is responsible for handling the communication and visibility of the project, which includes the production of a short documentary covering the entire research.

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Ni&Zu=Gure / Yo&Tu=Nuestro

Ni&Tu=Isika

The Ni&Tu=Isika project promotes the values of democratic citizenship through multicultural virtual interactions between 200 children, from schools in Madagascar, France, and Spain. It aims to favour learning and participation processes for the promotion of social cohesion, gender equality and respect for the environment. EarthEchoCommunications has designed and developed activities implemented in this project and is taking the lead on communication and visibility.

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Project supporting the development and consolidation of democracy, the rule of law, and respect for human rights in the Union of the Comoros

The project fostered collaborations, empowered individuals, and enhanced democracy in the Union of the Comoros. From structuring democratic institutions to raising awareness and supporting active roles, this initiative sparked positive change.


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Technical assistance to the Ministry of population, social protection and women protection of Madagascar for the implementation of the program in support of women's emancipation and the fight against gender-based violence

The project specifically aimes to improve the political and social emancipation of women and the fight against GBV. It directly benefit women and girls who are victims of GBV, vulnerable women and girls through income-generating activities and women involved in political life and associations. Indirectly, it will benefit people living in extreme poverty and vulnerability in the Republic of Madagascar and in particular in the following regions: Ihorombe, Diana, SAVA, Analamanga, Boeny, Sofia.

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Support Comorian Civil Society in Election Observation and Communication

The project is dedicated to enhancing transparency in the 2024 Union of the Comoros elections. Aligned with human rights principles and SDGs, we empower civil society for impactful electoral processes, promoting transparency, justice, and gender equality.

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Strengthening the protection and participation of women, young people and civil society in the Union of the Comoros. (Shawiri - "Solutions")

This project aims to strengthen the participation of women and young people, as well as their social protection, in particular by supporting state institutions through listening centres, institutional communication, awareness-raising and civil society. It also aims to include people with disabilities and, in particular, the most vulnerable groups, including, first and foremost, female victims of gender-based violence and young people who have dropped out of school.

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