Antsirabe bloggers were the first to update theor blogs thanks to the support of their teacher Randy
Last month, Foko was present at UN summit on Climate LDS Dating App Change and it was an opportunity to advocate Madagascar’s environmental echues but also its causes. Stephane‘s work from G20 summit where he met tcktcktck activists was echoed by the entire Foko community on the Blog Action Day on October 15th. At least 8 posts calling for local Action on Climate Change were posted by this amazing group of leaders who have been giving a lot to let the world know that Madagascar’s youths are standing proudly and are ready to act more ! and don’t forget they were the activists providing first hand news to international media thanks to bridges such as Ushahidi, or Twitter networks, so always keep a careful eye on what Foko bloggers are streaming from Madagascar to the world !
Many Twitterers based in Madagascar were already actively reporting on the events but FOKO bloggers took thei activism further by going on site and finally in p this time dedicated to Citizen Journalism
I’ve seen a better Madagascar The miracle did not occure. We didn’t expect one but we also didn’t think of losing by as much as +50pts (39 to 90). The Malagasy team was not a match for the Senegalese in the 4th day of the tournament. “Self confidence”, we didn’t have it once we steped on to the court yesterday. Read more “Antsirabe bloggers were the first to update theor blogs thanks to the support of their teacher Randy”