A village on the west coast of Madagascar, July 1st, 2011. It’s Friday, it’s about 10:30am. The break should soon be over at the EPP, the Public Primary School. It usually starts at 10:00am and last 20 minutes to half an hour. Some children are playing soccer, boys as well as girls. Others are cleaning-up, as every Friday morning, and especially today as next Wednesday will be graduation and an “auction,” as they call it, will take place. The sale of produce helps raising funds for the following school year. Once the break is over, the class shall resume until 1:00 pm. It is “journée continue” at the EPP. In other words, they start at 8:00am and go until 1:00pm. There is no class further in the afternoon. However, today, the break goes on a little longer. The nurse from the CSB1, the medical center, should soon be coming and administering the second round of the anti-tetanus vaccine to the children over 13 years old.