Visiting Madagascar

To know more about the situation of children in Madagascar

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Graffiti à Majunga
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18 August 2020

Welcome to Madagascar!

Start your visit by learning a little more about the situation of children.

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Visiting children at school with Vony

Follow Vony who will guide you through this video!

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Les enfants en préscolaire
Primary school
En primaire ! Tout sourire
Secondary school
Au collège !

Discover Melissa's story

Receiving a quality education means being able to dream

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Education in emergencies


Children in catch-up classes

Social protection for students

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We protect our children

Discover how UNICEF supports child protection in Madagascar

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Visiting a Vonjy Center
Youth empowerment 
Protecting children online

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Visit a health center!


Basic health centers offer variety of services, covering health or nutrition.

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Taking care of adolescents
Nutrition in the south of Madagascar
Prioritizing early childhood during COVID-19

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Water is life 

Immerse yourself in southern Madagascar, where drought has been raging for years, through this 360 degree video.  

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Mayors urge their communities to end open defecation
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WASH, a crucial area during the COVID19 pandemic
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Fair and inclusive policies for all children

Learn about UNICEF's work to influence government policies for children and youth.


Data are essential tools for understanding the situation of children and young people.

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Investing in social sectors is essential to ensuring the well-being of children and young people.  

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UNICEF supports the government to strengthen public finances for children.

Social protection programs are also critically important to safeguard the rights of the most vulnerable, even in humanitarian crises.

"If it weren't for the FIAVOTA program, my daughter would already be married by now."

Read the story of Esbelle, a mother and recipient of the Fiavota cash transfer program in the south of the country.

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Reporting on young people 

Meet members of the Junior Reporters Club in the studio.  

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