Vaovao malaza avy amin'ny Repoblikan’i Madagasikara

Farmers in the south of Madagascar have been unable to grow agricultural products in their fields for more than three years. This has led to the fact that today at least 1.6 million people in Madagascar need international assistance.

"Women, children and all family members eat cacti or locusts to weather the drought. Severe malnutrition affects more than half a million children. This is happening in the country and region whose inhabitants are least to blame for climate change," said the UN spokesman.

“I have met families who told me that they had to sell all their personal belongings, down to the pots and pans, in order to buy a small amount of food, which obviously will not last long,” Sanogo said.

To date, donors have committed almost $ 120 million, but the revised appeal requires $ 231 million between January 2021 and May 2022.


Didier Ratsiraka died on March 28 at the age of 84.

Death occurred in the capital's military hospital, where he was sent on March 22 with a diagnosis of influenza. Doctors assured that his condition does not inspire any concern. However, on Sunday night, his health suddenly deteriorated.

No official cause of death has yet been announced.


Instead of being vaccinated, they will continue to drink the wormwood drink.

According to the president, the side effects of vaccination in other countries are being evaluated. Last year, Radzuelina introduced a wormwood-based drink called COVID-Organics as a cure for COVID-19.


À Madagascar, 19 personnes sont mortes d'intoxication après avoir mangé de la viande de tortue de mer

34 personnes ont été envoyées à l'hôpital.

Les autorités de l'État africain déconseillent catégoriquement de manger des tortues de mer et 24 autres types de poissons pendant la saison chaude. Selon les experts, ces créatures se nourrissent d'algues, qui sont toxiques cinq mois par an.