The Akbaraly Foundation develops projects based on the real needs of the beneficiaries, as we see them and experience them firsthand during our activities on the ground.

We integrate our concrete actions at ground level with the creation of public and private partnership and with advocacy and awareness-raising activities at an institutional level to increase and promote engagement.

Our Projects

The 4aWoman project is the first project in subsaharan Africa whose goal is to create a health service dedicated to primary and secondary prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of women’s cancers, complemented by awareness-raising, advocacy, education and research activities. 

Resources: 3 health centers: Rex Center in Fianarantsoa, Candide Hospital in Mahajanga and Kintana Center in Antananarivo; galenic lab; Mobile Unit featuring a telemedicine service; hospital network throughout the country and collaboration with the penitentiary of Fianarantsoa.

Services: maternal and child health, obgyn, treatment and prevention of malnutrition in mothers and children, vaccines, orthopedics and orthopedic surgery, kinesiotherapy, medicine and diagnostics.

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The 4aHuman project aims at providing people in vulnerable conditions, both Italians and foreigners, with the necessary support during the process of their social and workplace integration, developing a tailored strategy according to each beneficiary’s needs to reach concrete results in a short amount of time, that can be easily transferred to a workplace environment

At the same time, we aim at raising awareness by sharing virtuous examples of integration through activities and events dedicated to teens and children.

Services: Italian classes, civics, basic maths, specific job training, developing of personal and professional skills, support during the job search process in collaboration with local organizations and pilot projects.

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The Fihavanana project takes care of young orphans, vulnerable families, sick and disabled children since their birth all the way to their adulthood, when they can become independent. Many of them, after completing their studies, become an active part of the project and help, in turn, those who need it most.

In Madagascar, one of the 10 poorest countries in the world, education and health are key elements to allow children to build a better future for themselves.

Services: distance adoptions, support to orphanages, community centers for disabled people and schools; financial support for poor families; free school materials and school expenses; recreational group activities; building schools, wells, fountains and pediatric hospitals.

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The 4Nature project is an innovative project for the scientific development of complementary and traditional medicine thanks to the cultivation of medicinal herbs and plants, research projects, and the production of essential oils and phytotherapeutic products dedicated both to the poorest population of Madagascar and of the African continent and to the exportation towards the West. 


The 4India project, in collaboration with the Nizamuddin Center in Delhi, supports the most vulnerable local population with donations of food and essential products, together with hygiene products and PPE to fight the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.



Children helped


Meals distributed


Cases of malnutrition treated


Orthopedic surgery patients


Pap smears done


Breast exams done


People involved in awareness campaigns