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USAID-branded tarp on the roof of a wooden hut in rural Madagascar
February 16, 2022

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), on behalf of the American people, is rolling out the first in a series of planned activities to help those affected by Cyclone Batsirai.  USAID is providing humanitarian funding to the non-governmental organization CARE to furnish temporary housing, clean water, and basic household items for 1,500 people currently living in evacuation sites. 

A seed vendor supplied by a USAID project, implemented by CRS in the southern village of Talaky-Bas, proudly displays her wares.
December 10, 2021

U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Amy Hyatt has announced an additional $25 million dollars in emergency assistance to help alleviate the crisis in Southern Madagascar. The money is provided through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on behalf of the American people and will fund four projects that will support agricultural recovery and feed people in southern Madagascar. An estimated 1.3 million people in the region are struggling with food insecurity. The lean season has just begun and access to food is expected to remain limited until at least April 2022.

The United States is the largest donor of COVID-19 vaccines to Madagascar and the largest donor to COVAX worldwide.
December 7, 2021

The U.S. government donated more than 336,000 additional doses of the Johnson&Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to Madagascar on Monday, December 6th. These vaccine doses are part of the Biden Administration’s global effort to end the  COVID-19 pandemic, mitigate its devastating social and economic impacts, and build back a world that is better prepared for future outbreaks.

December 6, 2021

This brochure provides all the information you need to get vaccinated: where to get vaccinated, how to get vaccinated, and the benefits of being vaccinated. Vaccination is open to all citizens of Madagascar aged 18 and more. If you need more information, please call the hotline number 910. Let's get vaccinated to protect ourselves, our family, our community!

TSIRO Alliance is committed to supporting more than 2,000 farmers in 30 communities and planting more than 1.5 million trees over the next five years to support agroforestry systems and biodiversity
November 29, 2021

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), on behalf of the American people, has launched a new $5.8 million, five-year, public-private partnership to strengthen Madagascar’s chocolate and spices industry, improve farmer livelihoods, and conserve biodiversity. The partnership, called “TSIRO Alliance,” is committed to supporting more than 2,000 farmers in 30 communities and planting more than 1.5 million trees over the next five years to support agroforestry systems and biodiversity.  The TSIRO Alliance represents  a HEARTH Global Development Alliance, an initiative where USAID and the private sector work together to identify and solve development challenges through mutually beneficial partnerships.

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Last updated: February 16, 2022

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