The Republic of Madagascar is an island country situated off the coast of Southeast Africa. Madagascar is a biodiversity hotspot, home to wildlife found nowhere else in the world. Its unique environment has helped to drive its tourism industry. However, despite this and its cultivation of rice, vanilla and coffee, the country remains one of the poorest in the world and heavily dependent on foreign aid
President: Hery Rajaonarimampianina
Population: 25 million
Religion: Christianity, indigenous beliefs
Languages: French, Malagasy
Fisandratana 2030 is the country’s strategy for growth and transformation by 2030. It places the country in a new dynamic direction of inclusive growth and aims to double the wealth per capita by 2030.