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Madagascar: The Sahaza network protects minors against crime and prostitution in the city of Antsirabe




Madagascar: The Sahaza network protects minors against crime and prostitution in the city of Antsirabe
Last Saturday, all members of the network Sahaza who struggle daily against abuse and child maltreatment were given appointments in Antsirabe in central Madagascar, to close the month of June, which was placed under the sign of child protection.
 
The first vice-president of the Urban Community of Antsirabe, Olivier Randrianarison and coordinator of the network was Sahaza alongside many activists working to be with the minors so that they do not fall in crime or prostitution, as shown in the newspaper L'Express of Madagascar.

Every night in particular, members of the network of Sahaza roam the field of hotels, nightclubs and other festive places to make prevention among young people.

The Sahaza network thus regroup multi-partner in the heart of the city of Antsirabe, such as associations, police brigade minors, local government authorities, justice officials, management of labor, social services and urban Antsirabe community.



Antso Rajaona


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