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 - In Madagascar, weather extremes and other natural hazards have decimated agricultural production, hindering access to food. In the Grand Sud, 95 percent of the population relies more
 - Dans le cadre du projet «Mionjo, soutien aux moyens de subsistance résilients dans le sud de Madagascar», financé par la Banque mondiale pour un montant de more
 - In October 2021, the Director and Deputy Director of FAO’s Office of Emergencies and Resilience undertook a mission to Southern Madagascar where they visited two project more
 - An exceptionally prolonged drought in southern Madagascar most likely due to the effects of climate change compounded by multiple other shocks has led to a hunger more
 - Madagascar is highly prone to natural hazards, including drought, floods, cyclones and locust outbreaks, with significant humanitarian consequences. In the Grand Sud region, three years of more
 - With some of the world's worst food crises in recent years impacting tens of millions of people, there is an urgent need for specifically targeted funding more
 - Madagascar is affected by various factors that strongly impact the population’s food security and livelihoods, as well as the agriculture sector. Production is significantly affected by more
 - With each day that passes, more lives are at stake as hunger tightens its grip in southern Madagascar. This is the stark warning from two United more