Hasin’i Madagasikara, Green Policy Trailblazer in Africa.

Madagascan Green Party “Hasin’i Madagasikara” moves fast but not in fits and starts. After its first intervention about the water issue here in Madagascar, the national green party has achieved its first international workshop and meeting. Lead by the President Saraha Georget RABEHARISOA and the ambassador of the Malagasy green party in Europe Giancarlo FUSCO, the delegation composed by the members has laid down the bases of environmental policies for international perspectives. During this trip, they have paved the way for the next International Greens’ conference which will be held in Sweden this October 2009. This tour in Italy was also an opportunity for them to meet the Italian Green Party “Verdi”, and were given a friendly reception by the president which is also the vice president of European “Greens” Gracia FRACESCATO and the general secretary Juan BEHREND. Saraha RABEHARISOA was after invited to the private broadcasting of the Italian Green Party and took the floor before the General Assembly, which reflects the great affection and respect the Green in Italy would give to Malagasy people through “Hasin’i Madagasikara”.
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During the speech she delivered to the journalists and the Assembly, she asked a concrete support from the European Green Parties to break the present isolation of Madagascar and for the implementation of pragmatic means to bridge the gap between the industrialzed North and the developing countries in the South. The stress was put on land owning problems, water preservation and a political approach in sustainable developments respectful to the environment. A message that convinced the audience and thrust the party into defending its cause during the next world forum in Malmö Sweden. The exchanges made there are very satisfying for the party to the extent that the foundations of Hasin’i Madagasikara which are the land, water and the environment, in its broad term, including the conservation of Cultural and Historical heritage of every country, are seen as new leading thoughts to palliate globalization. Besides, the president of Hasin’i Madagasikara has anticipated to the assembly and journalists present there that during the next national congress here in Madagascar, she will ask to insert a clause into the constitution stating that Madagascar will not opt nuclear energy nor for military purpose and will never accept agreements about toxic-nuclear waste.

The Malagasy Green Party Hasin’i Madagasikara definitely opts for the development of hydroelectric solutions, solar and wind energy as they are aware about the alarming climat change.

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~ by tolotra on July 31, 2009.

7 Responses to “Hasin’i Madagasikara, Green Policy Trailblazer in Africa.”

  1. Wish a full success to this new green party

  2. I’m wondering why green policy and green parties never won general election abroad ? Are people not really aware of the worldwide situation as for local economy alternative or it’s just that people don’t understand what “green” means.

  3. I’m also intersted on what green stands for ? anyone who may have an idea about it ?

  4. Green stands for growing grass, marijuana liberalization !
    I’m joking off course, for me it means a political trend which champion alternative economy and sustainable development based on environmental harmony.

  5. Keep it green 🙂
    Nice initiatives from this green party. They could also promote the use of renewable energies to face environmental issues.

  6. I wish you a great success. it won’t be easy but keep going on, never give up. Malagasy people need your help. they just don’t realize it yet…I also want to create a foundation to help the children in Madagacar and to improve the quality of Malagasy education, but I don’t know where to start, if somebody can give me some advice….thanks

    • Well, there are already few NGOs and private NPOs working in this scope but all new initiatives are welcomed. I’ve just met “Better Youth foundation” yesterday, they are working in the agriculture field. Maybe you have to contact them or any other proxy agencies for further future implantation. Or you can contact us directly through the party’s NGO “New Mind” which I think can help you and give advices for your project.

      Thanks for the initiative.

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