The Vicious Cycle of Poverty in Madagascar
In the wake of political instability following the 2009 coup, not only have average annual incomes been battered, but women are being beaten too - as families have to make do with less, writes IRIN.
More than three quarters of the country's 20 million people now live on less than $1 a day.
Madagascar: Local Women 'Wake Up' to Their Rights
America.gov, 3 June 2008
Rabary is a passionate advocate for women's rights and human rights. She is the president of the nationwide non-governmental organization S.O.S. to Human Rights Victims, which was… Read more »
Madagascar: A Poor Country Gets Poorer
UNIRIN, 18 March 2011
Madagascar, one of the world's poorest countries, has lost about US$400 million in donor support since the 17 March 2009 coup in which Andry Rajoelina, with the support of the… Read more »
Madagascar: UN Scheme Aims to Give Youth Employment a Boost
UN News, 16 March 2010
A year after political violence rocked Madagascar, the United Nations agency dedicated to eradicating rural poverty is helping to generate employment for the Indian Ocean nation's… Read more »
IPS, 3 July 2010
Madagascan female activists are asking that the right of women to participate directly in politics be included in a new draft of the country's Constitution, so that there can be 30… Read more »