Martinique Boeny: Biogas in Madagascar

Mrs Martinique cooking in her biogas-fueled kitchen, free of harmful smoke fumes.

AKDN / Lucas Cuervo Moura

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Madagascar Independence Day

In poor rural areas, community-based savings groups are often providing people with access to basic finance …

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SPEEDRICE: Effortless rice permaculture in Madagascar

The Zanatany Rice Permaculture System integrates trees and shrubs in the fields to boost crop yield and …

AKDN / Didier Van Bignoot

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Ensuring nutritious foods for better health

In Analamanga, a region in central Madagascar, gardening during the off-season contributes to a better, …

AKDN / Lucas Cuervo Moura

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Raising Food Security: The AKDN in Madagascar

In Madagascar, since 2005, the Network has helped 80,000 rice farmers to produce crops of better quality, in …

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AKDN | Madagascar

Madagascar has identified the challenges facing its people and drawn up a clear road map. And as the country appropriately shares this vision of the future with the Aga Khan Development Network, we can now move forward hand-in-hand for the good of generations to come.

His Highness the Aga Khan
Antananarivo, November 2007

Agriculture and Food Security


Over 80,000 smallholder rice farmers have increased their yields since 2005



PAMF-Madagascar disbursed more than 695,000 digital loans in 2021

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