- published: 16 Apr 2016
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Explication de l'argent malgache, le Ariary.
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The Malagasy franc, the appearance of banknotes and banknotes. The Malagasy franc (franc malgache) is the monetary unit of Madagascar in 1963-2004. Franc = 100 centimes. In 1900 a French franc was declared a legal tender in Madagascar. December 22, 1925 the right to issue banknotes was granted to the private French Bank of Madagascar. Decree of December 26, 1945, the monetary unit of Madagascar announced the franc CFA, the right to issue which for Madagascar remained with the Bank of Madagascar. In 1950, the bank was reorganized into the Bank of Madagascar and the Comoros. In March 1962, the Malagasy Emission Institute was established, and its board consisted of 4 representatives of France and the Malagasy Republic. Banknotes of the Bank of Madagascar and the Comoros began to be issued wit...
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In the 90's Malagasy authorities promoted Khat as a cash crop - calling it "the future" for areas like Diego Suarez, or Antsiranana in the north of Madagascar. As a result, food production in those areas took a hit as farmers turned to the stimulant plant in the hopes of striking it rich. In turn it has contributed to rising cases of addiction as well as food insecurity.
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Un geste simple pour de l'argent sûr : le check Orange Money ! Avec un film tourné à la manière d'un clip musical, Facto Saatchi & Saatchi a démontré le leadership d'Orange Money à Madagascar, en mettant en scène la contagion de l'utilisation des services symbolisée par un geste connu du monde entier : le check. La campagne a été déclinée en affichage et en presse.
A mob in Madagascar has burnt two Europeans to death amid claims they were involved in organ... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/10/04/europeans-burnt-to-death-in-madagascar-over-organ-trafficking-claims A mob in Madagascar has burnt two Europeans to death amid claims they were involved in organ trafficking for witchcraft. An angry crowd hunted down and killed the Frenchman and Franco-Italian. A third man, from Madagascar, was also lynched after rumours spread among the crowd that the trio was involved in the disappearance of a child and the removal of his organs. The body o...
Natural Sound People in Madagascar maintain strong links with their ancestors - even after their death. Using witch doctors they communicate with the spirits of the dead who are called ananari. One of the questions on everyone's minds is what the Millennium will bring. The highlands of Madagascar have long been considered sacred. The hills are said to be inhabited by spirits of former kings. In the 19th Century this village was inhabited by the "Merina" royal family. People here continue to maintain links with the spirits of their ancestors - via witch doctors. Michel Rajoana is the witchdoctor of Analami Hantona, as was his mother before him. According to the villagers he has the power to communicate with the spirits and has been able to reach them since he w...
Tourism is a key revenue earner for Madagascar generating more than $700 million in 2016. The biggest amount since a 2009 coup caused revenue to plunge. The country remains one of Africa's main tourism spots. It's now signed a deal with Turkey to provide infrastructure to expand the sector. Fidelis Mbah reports from Anatananarivo. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
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C'est la révolution dans le mobile banking à Madagascar ! Et Orange en est le pionnier. Grâce au partenariat entre Orange Money et la Banque of Africa Madagascar, les opérations bancaires sont facilitées et toujours plus sécurisées. Les utilisateurs d'Orange Money peuvent désormais envoyer de l'argent depuis leur mobile vers leur compte en banque, le gérer à distance, consulter leur solde en temps réel partout à Madagascar. Facto Saatchi & Saatchi Madagascar s'est donc attelé à réaliser une campagne media en vue de promouvoir ce nouveau service. Un spot TV d'animation en 2D et des print ont soutenu la campagne.
Hit by rampant speculation and a collapse in production following cyclone Enawo, the price of vanilla -- Madagascar's largest export -- has surged in recent months. The sudden cash bonanza has threatened to fuel crime and slash quality.
FORT MITCHELL, Ky. (Mike Berk) -- It's amazing what people can accomplish when they pour their heart and soul into something. Now, thanks to the efforts of the fourth graders at Blessed Sacrament, the concrete will soon be poured to begin construction on a much-needed school. The kids were on a mission, literally! They were given a goal and a deadline. Not only did they blow away both but brick-by-brick, they managed to astonish their teachers and parents with an incredible show of the human spirit. The students in Ft. Mitchell haven't experienced a lot of life just yet. But already they've helped to change lives a half a world away. Sister Mary Agnes Cashman can't help but get emotional when talking about the 4th graders at Blessed Sacrament. She asked them to lend a hand with a mi...