The Madagascar School Project, also known as “The Tenaquip” school was first established in 2009.
Today (2016) there are now five, six classroom buildings, a two room infirmary, a large kitchen where the meals are prepared, a large dining room and meeting place, an administration building, a six apartment staff building as well as a two apartment guest buildings.
Most recently added were a rice mill, a chicken barn and a storage barn.
The last six classroom building will be completed in the spring of 2017, at which point the school will be able to accommodate 700 students and will be ready to graduate its first full class of students.
Each day the school educates feeds and gives hope to more than 600 people.