- published: 29 Jun 2017
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ViMa Group has been built on key principles such as respect, team spirit and empowerment. Thanks to these values, ViMa is one of the leading groups in the areas of real estate development, construction, service and procurement, as well as in the timber industry in Madagascar.
TV AFRICA SPORTS
Madagascar is one of the poorest countries in Africa, with over 70% of its population living below the poverty line. The country is the biggest exporter of lychees to Europe. The industry employs up to 8,000 people in production and export stations, as well as thousands more in the supply chain. In 2007, CDC committed €7 million to a local fund managed by Adenia Partners, which in turn invested in Madagascar Lychee Export, a lychee export business. Since investing, the Adenia team has focused CDC’s capital on improving the production processes, health and safety standards and management at the plant. The investment has also resulted in much needed employment opportunities, with new jobs created and training of workers at the plant and in the supply chain.
ANKOAY (pronounced ahn-kwai) is a Madagascar Fish Eagle. In this case it is the name for a Malagasy girls choir. I met their director/teacher Gabriel in Madagascar while there on a photographic assignment. He said he would like to share the music he has written with the world. I told him I had limited equipment in the country but would do my best for him. We recorded his songs and a short video in a small town in Madagascar. The voice over we recorded was done in the evening so you can hear the sounds of the forest in the background. This is a "trailer" for the upcoming release of his songs on iTunes. Money made from the sales will go back to help educate the students and cover teacher salaries and school supplies. Ankoay's songs cover education, conservation and preservation not onl...
EULALY GROUP Madagascar(artiste evangèlique)
REPORTERS - Madagascar: the curse of twins Theyre cursed by tradition. In Madagascar, in the heartland of the ethnic group Antaboque, twins are rejected by their parents at birth, the victims of a tradition from another age. They risk abandonment, infanticide or child trafficking in this country where 85% of the population lives below the poverty line. FRANCE 24 went to find out more about these children abandoned by their families, and their country.
some dance magic from 2008 choreographed by Kristen Helfrich
When visiting Mada, i met a inspirational man named Gabriel Ramondroso who composes music & videos to educate the world on environmental issues Madagascar faces. He also gives free schooling in his village and as you can see from the video, helps many young malagasy children to express themselves and have real purpose. He is currently running for major in his local village of Ankarafantsika - if you feel you can help his cause in any way please get in touch. Otherwise, enjoy this rare glimpse of malagasy culture and please...spread the word!
By Madagascar Armel
The confident young women of Bloco Malagasy visit the Alliance Francais in Bangkok as part of their tour of South East Asia. The group performs Brazilian percussion, and all of the group members come from underpriviliged areas of Madagascar. Support their work here: http://www.blocomalagasy.org/
The kids of Mr. Egor's Tuesday's Hip Hop Group showed off their Madagascar dance that they learned during their first semester of the year to the crowd. Shall We Dance Studio Sunday December 2nd 2012.
http://www.conservation.org View a gallery of photos from the BG group photo expedition to Madagascar. Photographer: Cristina Mittermeier BG Group, a global natural gas company, and Conservation International joined forces in 2006 to convey the message of conservation through the power of photography. Learn more at http://www.conservation.org/bg