Who is the Minister of mines in Madagascar?

January 23, 2019 Off By idswater

Who is the Minister of mines in Madagascar?

MSG activities aim to document and strengthen the impact of the extractive sector on the national economy and at the local level. Fidiniavo Ravokatra, Minister of Mines and Strategic Resources, chairs the National Committee, which has the mandate to oversee EITI implementation in Madagascar.

Who is the National Coordinator of EITI in Madagascar?

Fidiniavo Ravokatra, Minister of Mines and Strategic Resources, chairs the National Committee, which has the mandate to oversee EITI implementation in Madagascar. Eryck Herinarahinjaka Randrianandrasana was selected as the National Coordinator in 2020.

Who is the current president of Madagascar 2019?

The Malagasy government is finalizing its new 2019-2023 Emergency Plan aimed at stimulating the economy and reducing poverty. Legislative elections held on May 27, 2019 delivered a massive victory to President Andry Rajoelina’s support platform, with 84 of the National Assembly’s 151 seats.

What is the country strategic plan of Madagascar?

This country strategic plan is aligned with WFP Strategic Results 1, 2, 4 and 8 and will contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals 2 and 17, together with national targets related to Sustainable Development Goals for gender equality, education, health, climate change

MSG activities aim to document and strengthen the impact of the extractive sector on the national economy and at the local level. Fidiniavo Ravokatra, Minister of Mines and Strategic Resources, chairs the National Committee, which has the mandate to oversee EITI implementation in Madagascar.

Fidiniavo Ravokatra, Minister of Mines and Strategic Resources, chairs the National Committee, which has the mandate to oversee EITI implementation in Madagascar. Eryck Herinarahinjaka Randrianandrasana was selected as the National Coordinator in 2020.

This country strategic plan is aligned with WFP Strategic Results 1, 2, 4 and 8 and will contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals 2 and 17, together with national targets related to Sustainable Development Goals for gender equality, education, health, climate change

The Malagasy government is finalizing its new 2019-2023 Emergency Plan aimed at stimulating the economy and reducing poverty. Legislative elections held on May 27, 2019 delivered a massive victory to President Andry Rajoelina’s support platform, with 84 of the National Assembly’s 151 seats.