Father Pedro Opeka: More than 30 years mobilizing people to fight against poverty, to have a better life. More than 30 years of success, having experienced various difficulties, including dealing with the coronavirus, but it seems to be only a passing fad when the love of all as brothers and sisters is motivated to act. Akamasoa's development and poverty alleviation efforts have been going on for more than 30 years...

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More than 30 years ago, Andralanitra was built with simple infrastructures. Today, you see a city where progress in various ways is generally perceived, faith can move mountains, here is the fruit of the efforts. A hundred thousand people have passed through the Akamasoa center and need the help of the association. Akamasoa has built more than 3,000 houses, more than 300 classrooms, 30 new schools. There are 30,000 people in this village in their thirties, who are helped by Father Pedro, who comes from thousands of needy families. About 14,000 children are enrolled in school. This is proof, says Father Pedro, that poverty is not a destiny.

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