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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Madagascar Physical geography: Demography: Economy: Politics: Culture: Madagascar is an island at the East side of lower Africa, Madagascar is the fourth biggest island in the world.Madagascar is a very poor country, one of the world's poorest, and had a negative growth of GDP in the last years; it has a debt of over 3 billion dollars. In the last few years 77% of the population have been living on less than 1 dollar and 10 cents a day. Site and situation: Madagascar is officialy a democracy whereby the prime minister of madagascar is the head of the government. The prime minister of madagascar is Jean Ravelonarivo, he was chosen 17-1-2015. The president of madagascar is Hery Rajaonarimampianina, he has been president since 25-1-2014.The President appoints the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister and members of Parliament initiate legislation and the government executes it. The culture of Madagascar reflects the origins of the Malagasy people in Southeast Asia and East Africa. The influence of Arabs, Indians, British, French and Chinese settlers is also evident. The most recognisable instrument of Madagascar, the valiha, is a bamboo tube zither carried to the island by early settlers from southern Borneo, and is very similar in form to those found in Indonesia and the Philippines today. The economy of Madagascar is a market economy and is supported by Madagascar's well-established agricultural industry and emerging tourism, textile and mining industries. Malagasy agriculture produces tropical staple crops such as rice and cassava, as well as cash crops such as vanilla and coffee. Madagascar can be devided into 5 regions: the east coast, the Tsaratanana Massif, the central highlands, the west coast and the soutwest. The east coast consists of narrow lowlands, about 50km wide, formed from the sedimentation of soils. The coastal region north of Baie d'Antongil, to the far south of the island, the coast line of Madagascar is straight, with exeptions of some places. Madagascar's population is mixed by Austronesians and East-Africans, in 2010 the total population is 20,714,000 people with more than 50% being aged from 15 to 64. And only 3.1% older than 64, the other 43.1% is below 15.
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