Is a program to create decent jobs and set up a Village Saving and Loan Association (VSLA) for female sex workers from different regions of Madagascar. The program consists of initiating participants in the techniques of managing income-generating activities, concerned with the environment, then training them to set up a credit and savings system to sustain their activities.

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In partnership with The Pact, ALTERNATIVES was able to score the country performance to advocate for improvement on area with underperformance towards a better laws and policies, health outcomes partnership, and meaningful participation of Adolescents and Youth in leadership and policy forum, the Integration across several networks working around SRHR at national level has also enabled ALTERNATIVES to engage stakeholders in policy advocacy on access to self-testing for young people and the age of consent for access to HIV testing.

Leading Change

The Leading Change program aims to build the capacity of vulnerable girls and boys aged 18-24 to develop policies and programs that respond to the needs and realities of Malagasy youth and adolescent girls. The program provides participants with a platform for the exchange of best practices, interaction and discussion with resource persons, access to resources and contacts that are often inaccessible on the ground, the program is spread over a period of 3 months and provides skills in leadership and personal development, micro-project creation and professional insertion, Sexual and Reproductive Health, fight against stigma and discrimination, digital communication, and advocacy.


The “URBAN YOUTH CORPS” program reflects to the model of foreign volunteer program where young people from the capital city are given the opportunity to gain professional experience through volunteering. The program aims to optimise the skills and knowledge of young volunteers in the service of the vulnerable population, particularly in solving social problems.

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