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rhaj0 - 07/09/2017 16:07
Feno 4 taona ny Gasy Misotro Kafe Maraina,

Eto @ lohahevitra politika ity, nefa... niezaka aho ny TSy hanisy resaka politika ao @ Bilaogy. Fa kosa, hanampy ny mpiresaka Politika ny lahatsoratra t@ gazety tateriko ao.

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Mikama - Sep 7, 2017
Dans The Guardian
But half of Madagascar’s children are so chronically malnourished they grow up too small for their age, a condition known as stunting. The odds against these children making it to secondary school, let alone managing an intellectually or physically challenging job, are vertiginous. Research shows that if a child is stunted by the age of two, the damage to their young minds and bodies is virtually irreversible. (..) This Indian Ocean island is a biodiversity hotspot, rich in crops and minerals. But it is a poor country, with a mainly rural population of 24 million, projected to double by 2030, and a poverty rate of more than 90% . (..) It not only robs children of their future, but countries of their future workforce. A stunted child, will, on average, earn 26% less than her peers. The annual loss of income in Madagascar due to malnutrition is estimated to be $740m (£565m), or 7% of the country’s GDP, according to Unicef. (..) During the latest political crisis, which followed the 2009 coup, many health centres closed, salaries went unpaid and foreign aid dried up. (..) If 70% of the population had access to safe water, it would have a “significant impact on malnutrition and stunting”, he says, but adds: “We would need $200m a year. At the moment, the Wash [water, sanitation and hygiene] sector receives $120m.”

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