Madagascar is one of the world’s most food insecure nations, as a result of natural disasters, political instability, poor infrastructure and traditional production techniques. Since 2007, Land O’Lakes International Development has been building resilience by improving agricultural incomes, nutrition and strengthening the dairy value chain.
Reducing food insecurity of vulnerable communities by addressing malnutrition, agricultural productivity and resilience Learn More
Building resilience of disaster-prone communities to withstand natural disasters Learn More
Helped build resistance to economic shocks while improving food security and decreasing dependency, nutrition and disaster-preparedness
Digging deep for food security
Madagascar villagers dig their way back to reliable water Read More
A family that participated in the SALOHI program in Madagascar, which improved household food security and decreased malnutrition in children.
Scaling up success in Madagascar
Building on success and lessons learned in nutrition-sensitive agriculture