Sustainable workshop and cultural exchange in Madagascar
RANDRIAMANANTENA F
RANDRIAMANANTENA F
$50.00
Per person
Excl. 10% service fee

Sustainable workshop and cultural exchange in Madagascar

Workshop

About this experience

Have you ever thought of building your own house with recycled plastic bottles? Do you want to learn about how an eco-school works while meeting locals in Madagascar? In this experience​,​ the participants will collaborate with the students in a local Eco-school to learn how to build bricks with recycled plastic bottles. This is an old technique that is used to build houses in many countries. The participants will then use this technique to build their own benches. Afterward​​,​ the participants will prepare plastic pots and transplant the seedlings into the pots. Together you are also going to transplant fruit trees and the mature seedlings in different areas of the school. In the end​​,​ you are invited to play traditional games with students on the square table built with plastic bottles. After the activities​​,​ there will be a picnic with local organic produced food. During the experience​​,​ you will learn about the Eco-schools and exchange stories with the students.

This experience includes

Raw materials, seasonal and organic fruits with slices of traditional pistachios cake and a picnic lunch.

Duration

4 hours

Availability

On Tuesday to Friday at 9h30 we are ready to start.

Participant capacity

5 - 25 people

Social impact focus

  • Animals
  • Economic Empowerment
  • Environment
  • Equality

If you buy this experience

For every participant going on our experience, you help our programs with much needed funds.

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    Madagascar

    Sustainable workshop and cultural exchange in Madagascar

    Workshop
    About this experience
    Have you ever thought of building your own house with recycled plastic bottles? Do you want to learn about how an eco-school works while meeting locals in Madagascar? In this experience,​ the participants will collaborate with the students in a local Eco-school to learn how to build bricks with recycled plastic bottles. This is an old technique that is used to build houses in many countries. The participants will then use this technique to build their own benches. Afterward​,​ the participants will prepare plastic pots and transplant the seedlings into the pots. Together you are also going to transplant fruit trees and the mature seedlings in different areas of the school. In the end​,​ you are invited to play traditional games with students on the square table built with plastic bottles. After the activities​,​ there will be a picnic with local organic produced food. During the experience​,​ you will learn about the Eco-schools and exchange stories with the students.
    Included in this experience
    Raw materials, seasonal and organic fruits with slices of traditional pistachios cake and a picnic lunch.
    Duration
    4 hours
    Availability
    On Tuesday to Friday at 9h30 we are ready to start.
    Participant capacity
    5 - 25 people

    Experience host

    Hello, we're Madagascar National Parks.

    Madagascar National Parks (MNP) is the manager of Madagascar's protected areas such as national parks, special reserves and integral special reserves grouped into 36 Management Units. MNP is a local organization created in 1990 and recognized as a public utility by Decree No. 91-592 of 4 December 1991. MNP is an Associate member to the Foundation of Environmental Education and is the National Operator of the Eco-schools Programme.

    Madagascar National Parks (MNP) is the manager of Madagascar's protected areas such as national parks, special reserves and integral special reserves grouped into 36 Management Units. MNP is a local organization created in 1990 and recognized as a public utility by Decree No. 91-592 of 4 December 1991. MNP is an Associate member to the Foundation of Environmental Education and is the National Operator of the Eco-schools Programme.