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Humanitarian trip to Madagascar

On Wednesday, October 8th, a group of 11 students and 2 teachers were on their way to Geneva airport to start a trip they would never forget. From Geneva to Paris and from Paris to Nosibe via Réunion Island, a long journey of 13 hours. After their arrival, the students met with the young Madagascans which was a touching encounter. "The children saw us and jumped on us, you could see the joy in their eyes, they showed us around and we played together, it was great!" says Arnaud (13thgrade). 

  • Voyage humanitaire à Madagascar
  • Voyage humanitaire à Madagascar
  • Voyage humanitaire à Madagascar
  • Voyage humanitaire à Madagascar

The schedule of the students’ humanitarian trip was very busy and aimed at helping children in need. Two days were spent with painting the wall of a small health centre. Moreover, they spent time with the children, played with them and discovered the rich culture of Madagascar. They also had a chance to explore the Madagascan wildlife through an initiation day of snorkelling during which they spotted turtles. The following Monday, it was time to go say goodbye and take home all those good memories. "The scenery was amazing, everything I saw was astonishing, everyone was friendly and welcoming" says Inès (13th grade). It is time now to come back to the routine and to have a well-deserved week off after an exceptional journey!