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Fatal plague outbreak in Madagascar: Pneumonic plague has health officials scrambling

By FOMM

Officials are struggling to contain a widespread and deadly outbreak of the plague that’s been wreaking havoc in Madagascar since late August.  At least 45 deaths have been attributed ... More

Bubonic Plague Outbreak

By David Lerseth

Even for Madagascar, this is no ordinary bubonic plague outbreak.Madagascar has the world’s highest incidence of the bacterial infection that earned the grim name “the Black ... More

Ambatomanga

By FOMM

God is still at work! The setting for this story is among the Bara People. The work among them is very difficult. They are not only cattle thieves, but they are deeply involved with witchcraft ... More

Evangelists Program

By FOMM

Six years ago we began this program with supporting 3 evangelists in one Synod of the Malagasy Lutheran Church.  As of August 2017 we have expanded this program to 3 Synods (Betioky, Betroka ... More

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In 2010 Madagascar had an average of three hospital beds per 10,000 people.
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The infant mortality rate in 2011 was 41 per 1,000 births with an under-five mortality rate at 61 per 1,000 births.
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Approximately 69% of the population lives below the national poverty line threshold of one dollar per day.
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Antananarivo is the capital of Madagascar.
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In 2011, the population of Madagascar was estimated at around 21.9 million, 90% of whom live on less than two dollars per day.
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As of 2009, only seven percent of Madagascar's 22 districts had access to water provided by a government service provider.
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Madagascar is the fourth-largest island in the world.
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The offical name of Madagascar is the Republic of Madagascar