Tag: madagascar

New home in Madagascar helps children see “everything is possible in life”

Jean Luc Mananjara and wife Olive have been raising their three children — now ages 16, 13 and 11 — and a 14-year-old niece in rental units in the Madagascar village of Antsirabe. It is an area of great housing need but also a unique opportunity for The Fuller Center for Housing because a little bit […]

First new Fuller Center homes in Madagascar lift families out of poverty housing

(Photo: Armand and Georgette have moved out of a slum and now live in this new Fuller Center house with their two children in Ambohimanambola, Madagascar.) Thanks to a popular DreamWorks animated movie series, most people think of talking hippos, smart-aleck penguins and dancing lions when they think of “Madagascar.” It is indeed a wild […]

VIDEO: January 2017 monthly update from Fuller Center for Housing headquarters

For years, representatives from Fuller Center for Housing covenant partners from across the nation would unite on a monthly conference call to share success stories and learn about new opportunities and other programs directed from The Fuller Center’s headquarters in Americus, Georgia. Unfortunately, we couldn’t invite the general public to join us on the call, […]