About NGO INSERT MADAGASCAR
Circular economy, plastic and waste WEEE management, Reuse-upcycling sector, IDP and CAMPS Vocational Training, Distance learning Centres, Incubator and support to social entrepreneurs Youth and Women, ThinkTank
Ms Anita RASOAMBOLOLONA (25 y. old) has kaunched a NGO in Madagascar to create ODeLs (Online Distance e-Learning) Centres using e-Waste to fuel it up, called InSERT. InSERT aims to set up 13 ODeL centres for training in slums, financed by donations of used computers, as written in the-insert.info. InSERT has already partners such as UNISNU.ac.id and ISSEDD-univ.mg but also in Malaysia and Europe.
The ODELs are capable of delivering training and learning online and in person in the learning centres.
*Training for Computer technicians and electricians
Training can be provided for electricians and technicians to repair reuse and rebuild electric and electronic stuff and materials (not ‘waste’!). . People able to become skilled, and then become independent as social entrepreneurs supported by Insert and Arís (a European re-use proposal), similar to 'Le Relais en Afrique; initiative...means subcontracting reuse work to eligible stations...
*Training for builders using plastic building materials for homes in camps/slums
Insert is also developing training session and support for members of a construction Cooperative for transforming plastic waste into building materials to make homes in slums-camps etc. .see housing-forall.org. This is complementary to training in e-Waste.
*Training for peri urban aquaculture and sustainable agriculture
Insert has also skills for training about hinterland aquaculture and sustainable culture. Such as hydroponics reusing plastics waste as materials
The scheme is hugely replicable. and people in Insert speak English, French, German and other languages.
Insert is registered as a NGO in EC pador, UNGM
Ms Anita Rasoambololona ,
- Director of InSERT NGO
Mr Jean Venier
- Advisor, Consultant for InSERT NGO