Dayne Davey

At EDGE of AFRICA we are exceptionally privileged that such generous and inspiring individuals join our team.

This month, we have hosted Lisa Maloney on our English Teaching Program in Madagascar.

Lisa is a qualified teacher and was incredibly enthusiastic about joining the program from the moment she signed up. Not only has she brought her skills and enthusiasm to the project, she initiated and fund-raised for a number of projects to make a big difference in the schools she has visited.

With the kindness and generosity of Boronia Heights teachers, her extended friends and family, she has achieved remarkable things which have made a huge difference to the children and teachers of the schools she has worked in.

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Lisa Maloney, for her time and dedication to this project and to all the kind people who helped to sponsor the projects.

Have a look at some of the pictures from her time with us:

Our coordinator Heri, with Lisa and some of the children she is teaching.

Lisa and the class she taught in the rural village in Madagascar.

The school that Lisa has kindly offered to re-floor providing a more stable environment conducive to learning

For more information on the English Teaching Program in Madagascar, please visit:

English Teaching & School Support, Madagascar

Back in Fort Dauphin, Lisa provides lessons to an eager class of youngsters.

The completed desks are fantastic and make a huge difference to the classroom.

The donations helped to employ locals to build the desks needed by the school.

May 11, 2017
Lisa and kids outside

Lisa’s Kindness and Generosity in Madagascar

April 13, 2017

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