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Mission Director Michelle Godette addresses the gathering at official launch event
September 16, 2016

Recognizing the important role played by private businesses to provide essential health services to the Malagasy people, a partnership agreement was officially launched on September 16 between the U.S. government through USAID and AccèsBanque to encourage health businesses and practitioners across Madagascar to seek out loans to grow their businesses. SHOPS Plus (Sustaining Health Outcomes through Private Sectors), a USAID-funded project, will bring technical assistance to help develop and sell the loan products.

USAID is providing $8 million in emergency assistance for the drought-affected people in the south of Madagascar
May 17, 2016

he U.S. Embassy in Madagascar, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is providing $8 million in additional emergency humanitarian assistance to help people suffering from the ongoing drought in the south of Madagascar.  The funding will be used to provide food and nutritional supplements to people in the Androy, Atsimo Andrefana and Anosy regions, which have been the most deeply affected by the drought.  The program will be carried out by the World Food Programme.

Initiative du Président contre le Paludisme - Une décennie de progrès
April 25, 2016

L’Initiative du Président américain contre le Paludisme (PMI) conduite par l’Agence Américaine pour le Développement International (USAID) et mise en œuvre conjointement avec les Centres de Contrôle et de Prévention des Maladies (CDC), a sorti aujourd’hui son 10ème rapport annuel documentant les progrès accomplis dans le cadre de ses programmes, y compris à Madagascar. Depuis 2004, Madagascar a réduit la mortalité, toutes causes confondues, chez les enfants de moins de 5 ans de 23% comme conséquence directe des mesures d’ensemble prises par le gouvernement, les communautés, les bailleurs de fonds et les partenaires. Le paludisme est la principale cause de mortalité chez les jeunes enfants et, pendant la grossesse, la maladie peut poser un risque grave et potentiellement mortel pour la femme et son bébé.

February 2, 2016

La Mission de HPN : Innover, être leader, et créer des partenariats stratégiques pour améliorer la santé de la population Malagasy, tout en renforcant le sens d’appropriation et la redevabilité de l'Etat Malagasy

US Ambassador Yamate attended the signing of partnership agreement between CARE and the urban Commune of Antananarivo
Novembre 30, 2015

Implemented by a USAID partner—CARE and the urban commune of Antananarivo, this $835,000 project will benefit directly to 91,000 residents in the capital city. The IARIVO project will contribute to strengthening the disaster resilience of 75 flood-prone communities (fokontany) in the commune, and improve their disaster preparedness. It is the first project of its kind for an urban population and will inform future interventions in disaster preparedness.

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Last updated: September 23, 2016

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