Sahalampona, rural village life in Madagascar

To reach the village Sahalampona you first need to follow a river on a small motorboat, 8 hours upstream from the neareast village accessible by car. Sahalampona has around 300 inhabitants. They are living from rice, fish and fruits. The river is their source of life; used for drinking, bathing, washing, swimming, fishing, transportation and irrigation. There is a primary- and a small secondary school, a few small shops and a witch doctor.


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