The proposed project aims to improve basic infrastructure and livelihood opportunities in rural areas in the south of Madagascar though a community-led approach for local development. The project will have a primary focus on youth and women inclusion for improved economic opportunities, with a longer-term vision of supporting local government in fostering meaningful and sustained citizen engagement in the south.
Ministry of Interior and Decentralization
Jean Yves Ravo RAKOTONANAHARY
Directeur des etudes, de la legislation, de la Documentation
Directeur de la Communication aupres de l'ONCD
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