USAID Access is a five-year program funded by USAID and led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH). ACCESS supports the Ministry of Public Health in its effort to improve health service quality, to strengthen the health system and to foster behavior change.
Madaworks is a non-profit organization that was created at October 2015 to change girls’ lives by providing scholarships, which allow them to pursue study in secondary school as well as to support women’s sustainable artisan weaving collectives based in Ranomafana.
Projet Jeune Leader is a youth-led organisation providing comprehensive reproductive health and leadership education to young people in and around Fianarantsoa. They are currently piloting a menstrual awareness and reusable sanitary pad project.
Voahary Salama is a platform of Malagasy associations who implement integrated PHE programmes and work closely with government partners in order to promote the inclusion of this approach in national policy.
The United Nations Fund for Population (UNFPA) supports a number of sexual and reproductive health programmes in Madagascar, and has also supported projects integrating family planning services with biodiversity conservation initiatives.