HUMAN’ISA XXI in Madagascar in March 2021
The association of student engineers of the class of 2021 at ISA BTP is preparing its end-of-course solidarity project. In collaboration with the Imanga organisation, the 56 engineering students are proposing to construct, in five weeks, a training centre for the mechanical, construction and materials professions on a coastal island off Madagascar.
Each cohort of ISA BTP, a state School within the University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour, providing five-year training for engineers in the fields of building and public works, carries out a joint humanitarian action as part of its end-of-course project.
The 56 future engineers in the final year of their course at ISA BTP chose to construct a 500 m2 building on Nosy Be, an island off the coast of Madagascar, located in the Mozambique Channel. It will house three training centres devoted to the construction, mechanics and joinery professions.
If health conditions related to the Covid-19 pandemic allow, the engineering students will leave in March 2021 to construct this building with their own hands but in collaboration with the Strasbourg organisation, Imanga, which has undertaken humanitarian missions since 1995 for the benefit of the local population.
The organisation HUMAN’ISA XXI, which brings together these engineering students of the class of 2021, has launched a crowdfunding operation on the HelloAsso platform. The aim is to collect donations to finance this solidarity project: https://www.helloasso.com/associations/human-isa-xxi
For more information: https://www.humanisa.net