Madagascar, a nation grappling with poverty and various challenges, experiences a notably low education rate. UNESCO reports that only about 35% of students have had the opportunity to attend school since 2020. The decline in enrollment rates has been evident since 2010, primarily attributed to inadequate infrastructure and the deterioration of existing facilities.
Gems of Madagascar has taken a significant step forward by constructing a brand-new school building within the complex. This new facility boasts a computer lab and library, offering students a promising chance for a brighter future. But, while parts of the school have been renovated, some sections remain in need of renovation and additional equipment to ensure a better quality education.