Antananarivo and Toamasina
were among the most-infected cities: As of September 30, Antananarivo and its suburbs had 27 cases and seven deaths, and Toamasina
had 18 cases and five deaths.
Archbishop Desire Tsarahazana of Toamasina
, president of the bishops' conference of Madagascar, expressed "strong support" for CRS, according to a news release from the U.
Small wonder that with its complex global shipping industry, the UAE is high on World Bank's Logistics Performance Index, providing among other things essential services to regional ports in places like Cochin, Mumbai, Sri Lanka and Toamasina
, each with their own relationships to sister deep-water ports in the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea.
In the port city of Toamasina
, the alarming trend is very evident.
lt;br/><br/>Veronique Raveloarisoa, 27, who lives in Madagascar's second city Toamasina
, a port on the east coast some 350 kilometres (220 miles) from the capital Antananarivo, is relatively fortunate.
The transportation cost between the two cities was $1000 per container (Mee, 2004) compared with only $250 per container for the sea transport between Toamasina
Other cities--Antsirabe (about 500,000), Mahajanga (about 400,000), Toamasina
Outbreak of dengue and Chikungunya fevers, Toamasina
, Madagascar, 2006.
El 26 de febrero erigio la provincia eclesiastica de Toamasina
Two additional centers opened in Toliara and Toamasina
in 2009 and were the only programs fully funded by the government to combat child labor.
The flow of goods into Toamasina
, the country's primary port, was blocked for many weeks.
airport was shut after reports of the return of former deputy prime minister Pierrot Rajaonarivelo after over four years of exile in Paris.