In 2002, TRAID provided a grant to Azafady to improve rural health and sanitation for 10,000 people in the remote Anosy region of South East Madagascar by establishing clean drinking water, basic sanitation and access to healthcare.
TRAID built on this work providing funding to continue establishing access to clean water and health care in the region. This work included stocking village pharmacies, providing a mobile doctor to treat people unable to reach a health facility and educating communities about the causes of poor health using a network of trained health promoters.
- Building 1000 latrines
- Installing 52 village wells
- 10 new school latrines
- 5 village pharmacies
- 25 education and hygiene workshops delivered to improve health and sanitation in rural communities
- Mobile doctor