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March 15, 2022

COMFWB Madagascar (GFEM) makes donation to cyclone victims

It has been almost a month since the destructive winds and rains of Cyclone Batsirai hit Madagascar. The heavy rains and strong winds ripped roofs off of homes, uprooted trees, knocked down power lines, and flooded some towns in various regions. While some community members were fortunate to have their homes and personal belongings spared, many families suffered considerable losses as a result of the cyclone. Although local businesses and infrastructure were severely damaged, the residents of the affected areas paid the highest price. 

While initial assessments on the ground are still underway, the government estimates that several hundred thousand people will require emergency humanitarian assistance in the various affected areas. The most affected areas are the southeast of Madagascar (Mananjary, Manakara, Farafangana), the center (Fianarantsoa) and the southwest.

In February, the Women Entrepreneur Group led by its national president Ms Fanja Razakaboana and some members proceeded to the presentation of donations to the national office of risks and disasters.


It has been almost a month since the destructive winds and rains of Cyclone Batsirai hit Madagascar. The heavy rains and strong winds ripped roofs off of homes, uprooted trees, knocked down power lines, and flooded some towns in various regions. While some community members were fortunate to have their homes and personal belongings spared, many families suffered considerable losses as a result of the cyclone. Although local businesses and infrastructure were severely damaged, the residents of the affected areas paid the highest price. 

While initial assessments on the ground are still underway, the government estimates that several hundred thousand people will require emergency humanitarian assistance in the various affected areas. The most affected areas are the southeast of Madagascar (Mananjary, Manakara, Farafangana), the center (Fianarantsoa) and the southwest.

In February, the Women Entrepreneur Group led by its national president Ms Fanja Razakaboana and some members proceeded to the presentation of donations to the national office of risks and disasters.


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