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Donation of additionnal 336,000 doses of the Johnson&Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to Madagascar: Press Statement by Chargée d’Affaires Amy Hyatt

Antananarivo, October 25, 2021  Throughout this pandemic, the United States has stood side-by-side with the Malagasy people, like “mpirahalahy mianala,” to prevent, protect, treat, and vaccinate against COVID-19. The American people are funding activities throughout the country to protect healthcare workers so they can educate their communities, promote proper hygiene, test patients, track cases, and ...
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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 ...
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Qualitative Survey Services Provider

The U.S. Agency For International Development (USAID) is seeking for Qualitative Survey Services  Duration : 6 months   Offer closing date: November 3, 2021 at 18:00 Local Time  USAID/Madagascar’s Sustainable Environment and Economic Development (SEED) Office manages the Conservation and Communities Project (CCP) activities (USAID Mikajy and USAID Hay Tao). To assess the project achievements and inform the follow-on activity design, SEED ...
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Peace Corps Helps Launch Vaccination Campaign in Commune 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 vaccinations to the people of ...
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Announcement of USAID Project to Counter Corruption and Wildlife Trafficking: Press Statement by Chargée d’Affaires Amy Hyatt

Antananarivo, October 15, 2021 Wildlife trafficking is a serious crime that damages economic prosperity, the rule-of-law, good governance, conservation efforts, and human health.  Illegal wildlife trafficking is often enabled by corruption. Today we are announcing that that the United States Government is investing in the fight to end corruption and wildlife trafficking here in Madagascar. ...
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