Madagascar's Parched South Grows Hungrier
In the south of the island, where many people farm for a living, the rainy season is getting shorter and shorter, they say. Rains that once stretched from October to March now fall only between December and February.
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 5 January 2018
Every morning, residents of this village in southern Madagascar's Amboasary Sud district set off on an eight-hour round-trip journey to collect water from the nearest river. Read more »
IFAD, 13 December 2017
A new financial agreement, signed today between the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and Madagascar, will sustainably improve incomes and food and nutrition… Read more »
A view of a village in southern Madagascar's Ambovombe region, November 9, 2017.