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Tina

Founder

Here at TFM, we begin with the heart. We believe in what we do and we do what we believe. Together. The ten core values are our engine and why we do what we do is our ultimate guide to TFM’s work ethic.

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Ony

President

At TFM, we teach and mentor, but we also learn a lot. I love working with TFM because I can grow as a person while cultivating impactful relationships with our Zandry and fellow Zoky.

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Rindra

Vice President

TFM is a community of passioneers where every leader has enough freedom to become themselves and get support to make their ideas into valuable actions.

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Christian

SANTATRA - Street Project Coordinator

For me, TFM is the best way to live my dream of lighting a candle for the underprivileged children and brightening their future with education. My hope is just as ripples spread out when a single pebble is dropped into water, one day they too can share their light with others.

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Rosianna

JARY - High School Project Coordinator

TFM is a community of passioneers where every leader has enough freedom to become themselves and get support to make their ideas into valuable actions.

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Harena

KOLO - EPP Project Coordinator

Working at TFM is a great opportunity for me to share my experience , to contribute in the improvement of the Malagasy education and to work together with amazing leaders and the Zoky who always do their best to help our Zandry at every TFM project. I am proud to be a TFM leader.

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Shelly

VAKANA - CEG Project Coordinator

I love the fact that TFM is more than just about creating educational programs, teaching, and learning, but it's also about having fun and making good memories with the children, the Zandry. Quite a lot of our children grow up in poverty. When they come to us whether it's two hours or four hours per week, we want to make sure that they feel safe, loved and happy

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Kevin

Recruitment & Training Coordinator

TFM taught me an important lesson in both my personal and intellectual life; that I'm not always right when it comes to understanding other people's choices and behavior, especially the poor. The spirit of volunteering and the act of giving opened my heart to those people who often, get blamed for this country's problems. Here I also learn about the value of tolerance and charity, which I hope will drive me in the right way to fight poverty in Madagascar.