Buy official clothing
Sept. 28th


Octobre 11th

Ecotourism trip to Madadagascar with Philippe

Our projects in Madagascar



One of's goals is to provide Malagasy youth with opportunities to help improve their quality of life.

To help achieve this goal, has partnered with an organization called Right To Play. Right To Play is an athlete-driven international humanitarian organization that uses sport and play as tools for the development of children and youth in the most disadvantaged areas of the world. Right To Play is currently working in 22 countries worldwide and is very experienced in project implementation. As part of the partnership, is using Right To Play's electronic infrastructure to manage donations.

By supporting, you are giving opportunities to Malagasy youth. Your contribution will go to fund a Sport For Development project that uses the best practices of sport and play to promote development, health and peace of children in one of the world’s most disadvantaged places. All donations go directly to the development program in Madagascar because funding for the Olympics has already been secured thanks predominantly to an investment by the Razanakolona family.

Make a donation - Make a difference

June 1st - Report on the impacts of the project and press review
This link will lead you to all the newspaper article from Canada and Madagascar here.
Read about the impacts and our lastest activities, 3 month [...]

Discover our development projects
We are now involved in 4 sustainable development project in Madagascar. For a full description of these projects, visit the section Development - Curr [...]

Documentary on Enjeux at Radio Canada
Wednsday, October 11th, at 9pm on Radio-Canada.
If you don't have access to Radio-Canada, you can view the documentary on Enjeux's website, sta [...]

January 2006
The Spirit of UWP Represented at the 2006 Winter Olympics
Text: Synnøve Follestad E98, E99, E00
Philippe Razanakolona, bass player alumni [...]

IMF Announces 100% Debt Cancellation for 19 Countries
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today (21 December 2005) anno [...]