‘One UN’ for health supply chains in Madagascar

‘One UN’ for health supply chains in Madagascar

In Madagascar, UNICEF is leading a nationwide supply chain transformation that brings together health officials and the development community. In Madagascar, roughly one in three children is still unvaccinated, indicating that not everyone has access to vital treatments and health goods. Product stock-outs, a lack of fit-for-purpose infrastructural distribution systems, and a shortage of skilled…

The number of new COVID-19 cases is skyrocketing in Madagascar

The number of new COVID-19 cases is skyrocketing in Madagascar

In Madagascar, there has been a considerable increase in new cases of COVID-19. More than 207 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in only one week. An increase of more than 100% Last weekend, Madagascar’s Ministry of Public Health released the most recent data on COVID-19. According to L’Express de Madagascar, a considerable increase has…

Following COVID-19 and cyclones, Madagascar invests in health system restoration    

Following COVID-19 and cyclones, Madagascar invests in health system restoration    

Health officials in Madagascar are now working to rebuild primary and secondary health services for the people served by the damaged structures, with the help of the World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners. “During the hurricane season, we faced three big challenges: deterioration of public health infrastructure; lack of access to health care for…

Madagascar’s president denounces the WHO, withdraws from the globalist pharmacy 

Madagascar’s president denounces the WHO, withdraws from the globalist pharmacy 

Madagascar has left the World Health Organization following the COVID-19 scandal. Madagascar’s President, Andry Ranoelina, has withdrawn his country from the World Health Organization.  “Europe has formed organizations with the intention of keeping Africans dependent on them. Africa has developed a cure for the coronavirus, but Europe feels it has a monopoly on intelligence and…

Kingdom of Norway donates USD 4.76 million towards promoting sexual and reproductive health in Madagascar

Kingdom of Norway donates USD 4.76 million towards promoting sexual and reproductive health in Madagascar

Norway and UNFPA have signed a USD 4.76 million financing agreement for the implementation of a program to improve Madagascar’s young sexual and reproductive health. The “Improving Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for Young People in Madagascar” program will be undertaken from 2022 to 2025. With this financing, adolescents and young adults…

63 new cases of COVID-19 and 2 related deaths have been reported in Madagascar

63 new cases of COVID-19 and 2 related deaths have been reported in Madagascar

Madagascar has detected a coronavirus outbreak, with 63 new cases and two deaths reported between May 21 and May 27. Let’s examine the COVID-19 scenario in Madagascar a little more closely.  Infections are on the rise On the Big Island, the number of new coronavirus cases has increased in comparison to previous weeks. There were…

COVID-19 report for Madagascar reports 38 new cases of the disease but no deaths

COVID-19 report for Madagascar reports 38 new cases of the disease but no deaths

The most recent assessment report, dated May 14–20, revealed 38 new Covid-19 cases across the country. The prior balance sheet, covering forty employees from May 7 to May 13, showed a decrease. After roughly four thousand five hundred and seventy-seven tests, the thirty-eight instances were discovered.  According to epidemiological statistics, two people have the condition…

Post-Covid-19 recovery in Madagascar: International flights resumed

Post-Covid-19 recovery in Madagascar: International flights resumed

Routine international flights to and from Madagascar have resumed following the reopening of the country’s air borders, according to Sandrine Rahantamalala, Ravenala Airports’ director of communications. Three foreign airlines have “entered air traffic from Madagascar to Antananarivo,” while “three additional firms have taken over Nosy-Be (north), with five weekly frequencies for both Air France and…

What are the current entry requirements for Madagascar with respect to covid?

What are the current entry requirements for Madagascar with respect to covid?

Since May 1, the resumption of border reopening has woken up a few people. Antananarivo’s airport has reopened after being closed for months. People are in a hurry to get there or go there, whether they are in or out of the country.  Healthcare circumstances have greatly improved, resulting in fewer new cases and higher…