From seeds to solar power in Madagascar: A UN Resident Coordinator blog

Over one million people in drought-stricken southern Madagascar are benefitting from a range of complementary UN development initiatives which are being coordinated in order to have a greater impact as the UN Resident Coordinator in Madagascar Issa Sanogo explains. https://news.un.org/feed/view/en/story/2023/07/1138222
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From seeds to solar power in Madagascar: A UN Resident Coordinator blog
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First Person: Water and electricity ‘will save us from famine’

02 Mar 2024

An initiative to rapidly develop villages in some of the most drought-prone and poorest rural areas of southern Madagascar could help people to avoid the danger of famine, according to people benefiting from a collaboration with the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP).

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Child malnutrition expected to quadruple in Southern Madagascar  

26 Jul 2021

At least half a million children under five in drought-afflicted southern Madagascar are on the verge of acute malnourishment, two UN agencies warned on Monday. 

‘No words’ to explain people’s suffering in Türkiye: A UN Resident Coordinator blog

27 Feb 2023

There are “no words” to explain the level of suffering of people in Türkiye following the hugely destructive earthquake which hit the country - as well as Syria - in early February, says Alvaro Rodriguez, the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Türkiye.