7 GEOGRAPHYAt 587,041 Km2, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the worldThere are two seasons :a hot, rainy season from november to Aprila cooler, dry season from May to October
8 GEOGRAPHYIsalo – National park (Region of Ihorombe)
9 POLITICS Government : Republic President of High Autority : Andry NirinaRAJOELINAPrime Minister : CAMILLE VitalIndependence : 26 June 1960
10 POLITICAL ORGANIZATION Madagascar is a semi-presidential representative democratic republicThe Prime Minister is the head of government,Executive power is exercised by the governmentLegislative power is vested in both the government and the Senate and the National AssemblyJudiciary is independant of the executive and the legislature
11 ADMINISTRATIVE SUBDIVISION AnalamangaDianaSavaBetsibokaaAmoron'i ManiaVakinankaratraAntsinananaAtsimoItasyBongolavaaMahatsiatra AmbonyVatovavy FitovinanyIhorombeAnalanjirofoAlaotraMangoroBoeniySofiaMelakyAtsimo AndrefanaAndroyAnosyMenabeeMadagascar is divided into 22 regions(The regions are the highest subdivision level)The regions are further subdivided into 119 districts, 1,548 communes, and 16,969 fokontany
12 BAOBAB in the south and south east of Madagascar
15 ECOLOGYMadagascar is long isolation from the neighboring continents has resulted in an unique mix of plants and animals, many found nowhere else in the worldOf the plants native to Madagascar, 90% are found nowhere else in the worldMadagascar’s varied fauna and flora are endangered by human activity;While the western and southern sides, which lie in the rain shadow of the central highlands, are home to tropical dry forests, thorn forests, and deserts and xeric shrublands
16 ECONOMYAgriculture, including fishing and forestry, is a mainstay of the economy;Major exports are coffee, vanilla, sugarcane, cloves, cocoa, rice, cassava, beans, bananas, peanuts and livestock productsTourism (targets the niche eco-tourism market, capitalizing on Madagascar’s unique biodiversity, unspoiled natural habitats, national parks and lemur species)
17 Madagascar’s sources of growth are : Tourism ECONOMYMadagascar’s sources of growth are :TourismTextile and light manufacturing exportsAgricultural products and miningMadagascar is the world’s leading producer of vanilla and accounts for about half the world’s export market.
19 ECONOMYSeveral major projects are underway in the mining and gas sectors;In the mining sector, these include the development of coal, nickel, cobalte, and Ilmenit;In oil, Madagascar Oil is developing the massive onshore heavy oil field at Tsimiroro and ultra heavy oil field at Bemolanga.
20 MAIN WEAKNESSES General order Political and strategic order Legal and authorized settingInstitutional settingLow Income
21 Dualism in the daily life An example of extreme poverty in this Isotry in Antananarivo, in MadagascarAn example of Five stars Hotel in Antananarivo, in Madagascar
22 MADAGASCAR STRATEGIES TO REDUCE POVERTY REPOBLIKAN’I MADAGASIKARATanindrazana-Fahafahana-FandrosoanaMADAGASCAR STRATEGIES TO REDUCE POVERTY
23 LANGUAGE Mother toungue: malagasy (from malayo-Polynesian origin); Officials languages since 2007: French, English
24 MADAGASCAR ACTION PLAN 2012 A transformational "waybill" for an efficient struggle against poverty and a fast developmentMAPPrésenté par RANDRIAMANANTENA Alson Christophe, Directeur de la Programmation, du Suivi et de l’Evaluation, MFPTLS
25 ? MAP MAP, WHAT IS IT? Is a plan on 5 years, content (8) eight Commitments that will permit to make leave the country of the present poverty and to throw a qualitative jump in the middle term.MAP?
26 Com 1 : Responsible Governance A government that every citizen as well as the international community can trust.Honest, efficient public function, and will operate a professional manner in the activities and in the benefit of the services to the people.
27 Com 2 : Bound Infrstructure A bound nation:while constructing roads of quality, the railroads, the ports, the airports,while putting systems of technology of the country-wide information in place to sustain the fast development process;while assuring the improvement of the standard of living and the access for all to resources and to the general knowledge
29 Com 3 : Transformation of the education An education system of international norms in term of quality and the efficiency, who,stimulate the creativeness and help of the learners to transform their dreams actually,provides to Madagascar the necessary human resources to become a competitive nation and an effective actor of the world economy.
30 Com 4 : Rural Development The dynamic farming development and the efficient reduction of poverty are to the basis of the government's efforts.A green revolution that will increase the agricultural production substantially.Centers of agrobusiness will be instituted to attend in the formations and the satisfaction of the needs as the irrigation, seeds, manures and facilities of storage.
31 To solve the problems of malnutrition and the malaria. Com 5 : health, the family planning and the struggle against the VIH-AIDSThe population will be in good health and will be able to contribute to the development of the nation and lead of long and fruitful lives.To solve the problems of malnutrition and the malaria.The tendency of propagation of the VIH / AIDS will be reversed;The drinking water will become accessible.
32 Com 6 : Economy to strong growth Madagascar will have an economy to strong growth (growth rate between 7% and 10% in 2012).To have a strong private sector and varied. The government will provide the fundamental conditions to improve the environment of the business.The nation will be able to face the challenges of internationalization and will be able to capitalize on his/her/its competitive advantages.
33 Com 7 : Take care of the environment Madagascar will become a world leader in the development and the use of the best approaches for the protection of the environment.The big Island will become again a "green island."Madagascar commits to take care, to like and to protect the environment.
34 Tsingy of Bemaraha in Madagascar The Indri is 1 of 99 recognized species and subspecies of lemur found only in Madagascar
35 Com 8 : National solidarity To forge a strong national identity and unified that respects and valorize the multitude of cultures and traditions of the whole Malagasy people, and that promotes the involvement and the partnership.Our people be trust his identity, will be able to face the challenges of our era and will participate fully to the development of Madagascar
36 Implementation System of the MAP Madagascar vision NaturallySectorial programs or National ProgramsEight Commitments of the MAPSetting up of a follow-up mechanismCoordination of the Development Partners and DonorsGeneral Yearly Policy of the state
37 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Eh! Let’s go to Madagascar.I’m really waiting for your visit………….See you then!!!