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Agency for Air Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA) study on satellite navigation services provision in the Africa and Indian Ocean region takes a major step forward

Agency for Air Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA) study on satellite navigation services provision in the Africa and Indian Ocean region takes a major step forward

AFRICA, Madagascar
The definition study for the satellite-based augmentation system “SBAS for Africa and Indian Ocean” took a major step forward, with validation of the system’s architecture and geographic coverage. This marked a major milestone in the development of this system designed by Thales Alenia Space, the joint company between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), within the scope of the preliminary design study (phase B) contract signed in February 2019 with the Agency for Air Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA). The ASECNA programme “SBAS for Africa and Indian Ocean” is based on the European EGNOS programme [1]. In line with the ASECNA’s strategic plan, this program aims to enhance navigation and surveillance operations for all phases of flight, thus providing a significant and sus...
WHO Finally Agree To Work With Madagascar Only On One Condition

WHO Finally Agree To Work With Madagascar Only On One Condition

AFRICA, CORONAVIRUS, HEALTH, INTERNATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL NEWS, Madagascar, World Health Organization
Last Month, Madagascar's president Andry Rajoelina launched a herbal drink that they said could cure corona virus. Although the president said that he had confidence that the cure could work in curing the coronavirus which has spread through the whole world, WHO had previously warned that the drink could not be allowed to be used for curing corona virus since it had not passed clinical tests. So far, the country of around 26 million people has not experienced any death arising from corona virus as they still insist that the cure that was developed from artemisia spp plant has the ability to cure corona virus completely. WHO has said that it is willing to work with Madagascar in fighting corona virus. According to the tweet sent by @MoetiTshidi, to WHO African Region official Twitte...
Tanzanian Minister reveals shocking details about Madagascar’s anti-COVID-19 drug

Tanzanian Minister reveals shocking details about Madagascar’s anti-COVID-19 drug

AFRICA, CORONAVIRUS, EAST AFRICA, HEALTH, INTERNATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL NEWS, Madagascar, TANZANIA
Tanzania's Foreign Minister, Prof. Palamagamba John Kabudi has this Saturday, 9 May, revealed shocking details about Madagascar’s anti-COVID-19 Drug that has been making headlines after it emerged that it cures COVID-19 killer disease. Prof. Kabudi was speaking in a press conference just a day after he received the drug from Madagascar. According to Prof. Kabudi who went in person to get the drug, there is a given product or rather a drug sample that is being highly guarded. He noted that unlike other drug samples that Tanzania received up to 8 boxes of the same, there is one special drug that is being issued out by Madagascar's President Andry Rajoelina himself, and Tanzania only managed to get two bottles of the sample. "Na kule Madagascar, dawa hii anagawa Rais mwenyewe, na...
African Union (AU) Negotiates The Coronavirus Cure With Madagascar

African Union (AU) Negotiates The Coronavirus Cure With Madagascar

AFRICA, CORONAVIRUS, HEALTH, INTERNATIONAL, Madagascar
The African Union is engaged in a discussion with the Republic of Madagascar through its embassy in Addis Ababa, in relation to get information regarding the safety and efficiency of a herbal remedy that has recently been announced by Madagascar for the as the prevention and treatment for coronavirus. The African Union Commissioner for Social Affairs H.E Amira ElFadil conducted a meeting with the Chargé d'Affaires of the Republic of Madagascar Mr. Eric Randrianantoandro on 30th of the previous Month at which it was agreed that the member state would provide the African Union with relevant information in relation to the herbal remedy. The African Union Commissioner for Social Affairs H.E Amira ElFadil Once they're provided with the relevant information, the Union through the A...
Coronavirus: Madagascar Launches Africa’s First Herbal Remedy to Cure Covid-19

Coronavirus: Madagascar Launches Africa’s First Herbal Remedy to Cure Covid-19

AFRICA, CORONAVIRUS, HEALTH, INTERNATIONAL, Madagascar
The president of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina officially launched a local herbal remedy believed can prevent and cure patients suffering from COVID-19. The president of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina The herbal remedy has been developed by Congolese Doctor, Dr. Jerome Munyagi  in partnership with the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research and branded COVID Organics. President Andry Rajaolina presented the remedy to the press on Monday. COVID Organics contains Artemisia, a plant cultivated on the Big Island to fight against malaria.  In other parts of Africa, Artemisia is cultivated in Cameroon, Kenya,Ethiopia, South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia – all in high-altitude regions and/or regions with a pronounced cool period. “All trials and tests have bee...
Coronavirus: In Madagascar, a social protection response is launched in urban and suburban areas to aid families and their children during Covid-19 pandemic

Coronavirus: In Madagascar, a social protection response is launched in urban and suburban areas to aid families and their children during Covid-19 pandemic

AFRICA, CORONAVIRUS, HEALTH, Madagascar
The Malagasy Government along with partners set up social protection response to assist families impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak The Government of Madagascar has launched a social protection programme to assist families impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak through the use of unconditional cash transfers in urban and suburban areas. Even while a partial re-opening of previously locked down areas is underway, allowing people to resume their economic activities for half a day (from 6 am to 1 pm), thousands of vulnerable families remain at risk. Nearly 189,400 households from the 769 fokontany (sub districts) of the eight districts of Antananarivo, Toamasina and Fianarantsoa will benefit from the programme, called TOSIKA FAMENO, as part of the Malagasy Government’s Strategic Social Em...