Tagged as: madagascar

Climate Change Famine Strikes Madagascar

The world’s first climate-change famine strikes Madagascar

The severe droughts which have devastated much of Madagascar are contributing to what the United Nations have named ‘the world’s first climate change famine’. With over one million Madagascans struggling to get enough food to eat, this famine is a humanitarian crisis which requires urgent action. The droughts, which are

Read More

Madagascar’s Presidential Elections And What They Mean For Democracy in Africa

The Madagascan presidential elections have been surrounded with controversy, mainly due to financial issues, gender inequality and claims of corruption. Presidential elections themselves are significant in helping to create a stable democracy, which surveys show many African citizens would prefer over other political alternatives. There are parallels between the problems

Read More