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Coronavirus - Madagascar: The United States Donates 409,500 More Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Madagascar

Thanks to UNICEF, the syringes needed to administer these Pfizer vaccines are already available for use in Madagascar

More than 409,500 additional doses of the safe and effective Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Madagascar last night through the COVAX initiative.  Purchased and donated by the U.S. government, these vaccines are part of the Biden Administration’s global effort to rapidly increase vaccine coverage and end this pandemic. “While COVID…

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New $25 Million Will Provide Emergency Food and Agricultural Recovery for Southern Madagascar

Assisting with the crisis in the south remains a top priority for the U.S. government

U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Amy Hyatt has announced an additional $25 million dollars in emergency assistance to help alleviate the food security crisis in southern Madagascar. This emergency assistance is provided through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on behalf of the American people and will fund four…

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Coronavirus – Madagascar: United States Donates Additional Johnson&Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Madagascar

While announcing the arrival of more than 336,000 additional doses of the single-shot vaccine, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Amy Hyatt reiterated the importance of widespread vaccination to overcoming the global pandemic

The U.S. government donated more than 336,000 additional doses of the Johnson&Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to Madagascar on Monday, December 6th.  These vaccine doses are part of the Biden Administration’s global effort to end the COVID-19 pandemic, mitigate its devastating social and economic impacts, and build back a world that is better prepared for…

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USAID Launches New Public-Private Partnership with Chocolate and Spices Industry

The innovative approach, known locally as the “TSIRO Alliance”, will improve incomes of more than 2,000 rural farmers and plant more than 1.5 million trees

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), on behalf of the American people, has launched a new $5.8 million, five-year, public-private partnership to strengthen Madagascar’s chocolate and spices industry, improve farmer livelihoods, and conserve biodiversity. The partnership, called “TSIRO Alliance,” is committed to supporting more than 2,000 farmers in…

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United States Donates 398,970 More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Madagascar

Part of President Biden’s commitment to purchase 500 million vaccine doses for low- and lower-middle-income countries, these Pfizer vaccines have been proven safe and effective against COVID-19 and all known variants

Today, 398,970 doses of the safe and effective Pfizer COVID-19 arrived in Madagascar.  These vaccines were delivered via the COVAX facility and are part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s global effort to rapidly increase vaccine coverage and end this pandemic. “Widespread vaccination is the most important step we can take to…

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Deputy Chief of Mission Tobias Glucksman Visits Union of the Comoros

DCM Glucksman also toured the U.S. Peace Corps office to learn more about their efforts throughout Comoros

Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) Tobias Glucksman visited Grande Comore (Ngazidja), Mohéli (Mwali), and Anjouan (Nzwani) from November 16-19 alongside Defense Attaché Commander Jorge Garcia, Office of Security Cooperation Chief Ty-Jebeck Ruun, Deputy Political and Economic Chief Joe Narus, and Public Affairs Officer Ryan Bradeen.  Through this official visit, DCM Glucksman and the U.S. delegation sought to strengthen relations between…

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U.S. Embassy and University of Comoros to revamp the American Corner in Moroni

This American Corner will continue to build bridges between the people of the United States and Comoros through programs and events

The U.S. Embassy in Madagascar and Comoros signed on November 17 a Memorandum of Understanding to renew our partnership with the University of Comoros in hosting the American Corner Comoros at the IFERE Building in Moroni.  This American Corner will continue to build bridges between the people of the United…

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Coronavirus: United States Donates 336,000 More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Madagascar

The single-shot Johnson&Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, a donation from the American people, come as Madagascar opens its borders to international travel

The U.S. government has donated 336,000 doses of the Johnson&Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to Madagascar as part of the Biden Administration’s global effort to end the COVID-19 pandemic, mitigate its devastating social and economic impacts, and build back a world that is better prepared for future outbreaks.  Following close collaboration between the United States, COVAX, and the African Union, these doses arrived at Ivato Airport…

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Peace Corps Helps Launch Vaccination Campaign in Commune of Mantasoa

The campaign is providing free, Johnson&Johnson vaccines – a donation from the U.S. government – to approximately 4,000 community members in the 11 Fokontany of Mantasoa

With the support of the U.S. Peace Corps, the Mantasoa CSB II launched its COVID-19 vaccination campaign yesterday.  The campaign is providing free, Johnson&Johnson vaccines – a donation from the U.S. government – to approximately 4,000 community members in the 11 Fokontany of Mantasoa. “It’s great that we can provide…

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U.S. Government Launches New Project to Combat Corruption and Wildlife Trafficking in Madagascar

More than 21,000 endemic tortoises were seized in illegal wildlife trafficking attempts in Madagascar between 2018-2021

The United States government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and on behalf of the American people, launched on October 15 a new $3.4 million, three-year project to address the growing problems of illegal wildlife trafficking and related corruption. “Wildlife trafficking is a serious crime that damages…