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The Children's Theatre of Charleston will be presenting Dreamwork's hilarious play, Madagascar: A Musical Adventure Jr. this weekend in Charleston, WV at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center's Little Theater!


UNICEF And S'well Are Bringing Safe, Clean Water And Better Sanitation To Madagascar

Improved water, sanitation and hygiene systems are changing lives for the better in Madagascar, with support from UNICEF and S'well. Safe, clean water and better sanitation and hygiene infrastructure are a game changer for developing countries. These vital systems that many take for granted elsewher


For more restoration in Madagascar, embracing tenure ‘blends’

Rice fields in Ankijabe, in the southeastern part of the Boeny region in Madagascar. Approximately 61 percent of Ankijabe's land area is used for agriculture. Rebecca McLain, CIFOR.


7 Natural Wonders of Madagascar for Eco-Tourists ...

Madagascar is an ecotourism paradise: With an arid interior, tropical forests at the coast and many reef-fringed little islands off the coast, there is a wide variety of ecosystems in the country. These ecosystems are home to many different species of wildlife, most of them completely unique to this


Madagascar battles killer measles outbreak

Antsiranana (Madagascar) (AFP) – Frangeline is aged two but weighs no more than a four-month-old — the terrible result of her battle with measles, which is cutting a deadly swathe through Madagascar.


Thumbs down! The hilarious moment Liverpool star Sadio Mane reacts to Senegal fans' banner telling Kalidou Koulibaly to join rivals Man United

Sadio Mane may be on international duty with Senegal, but his Liverpool loyalties still lie close to his heart if this video is anything to go by. During a training session with the national team at the Stade Lat Dior in Thies, fans turned up in their droves to watch their heroes in action.


Measles epidemic in Madagascar kills more than 900, says WHO

JOHANNESBURG – The World Health Organization says that an epidemic of measles in Madagascar has caused more than 900 deaths. According to WHO figures, there have been more than 68,000 cases of the disease in which 553 deaths were confirmed and another 373 suspected from measles since the outbreak be


XMAS: Sofia, Bulgaria to Antananarivo, Madagascar for only €454 roundtrip

Christmas flights from Sofia, Bulgaria to Antananarivo, Madagascar for only €454 roundtrip with Turkish Airlines. Availability from November 2019 to February 2020 (excluding New Year)


Madagascar 4 Updates: Will A Fourth Movie Ever Happen?

Despite the last movie being the most successful in the franchise to date, Madagascar 4 still hasn't happened - here's what we know about the animated sequel. The original Madagascar arrived in 2005 and told the story of four pampered Central Park Zoo animals who find themselves shipwrecked on Madag


Wauconda company helps improve education in Madagascar

You can't go wrong with vanilla. It makes anything -- from ice cream to soda drinks -- taste better. But it's also vanilla that's driving a Wauconda-based company to make life better for children half a world away.


How the sapphire trade is driving lemurs toward extinction

Indris, at two feet tall the largest of Madagascar’s lemurs, are big sleepers. The primates awaken two or three hours after sunrise, forage for leaves high in the canopy during the day (amid frequent naps), and choose their spot for the night well before dark.


UPDATE 1-Fire shut Sumitomo's Ambatovy nickel plant for 2 weeks in February

TOKYO, March 20 (Reuters) - Japanese trading house Sumitomo Corp said on Wednesday its Ambatovy nickel plant in Madagascar was forced to shut for about two weeks in early February due to a fire at a hydrogen plant, meaning it may miss its revised annual production target.


Best Houseplants For Bathrooms

Houseplants are growing in popularity, and as we know, they can really liven up a space; so it's no wonder people want to spruce up their bathrooms with an additional touch of green. But before you shop around for some budding options, it's important to keep in mind that not all plants are cut out f


Swimming with giants in Madagascar

“Préparez-vous! Préparez-vous!” our captain shouts. Then “Allez! Allez! A droite!” Flippers on, masks down and snorkels up, we slide rapidly into the water from the rear of the boat. For a few seconds we can see nothing but bubbles. When they clear, we spot a huge whale shark swimming straight towar


Save the Lemurs! Eat the Crickets!

You, my friend, are living through a food revolution. In labs across the world, researchers are growing meat from just a handful of animal cells or engineering striking imitations of meat, including an entirely plant-based burger that bleeds. Human eaters are also starting to appreciate a rich prote


Perk Valley Middle School West to present 'Madagascar Jr.' March 15-17

Perkiomen Valley Middle School West students will take audiences on a trip to the exotic island of Madagascar with their spring musical production of “Madagascar Jr.”, to take place March 15 to 17.


In Madagascar, measles deaths are more about money than ‘vaccine hesitancy’

In a healthcare centre in the Madagascan capital of Antananarivo nine-year-old Faneva inches his arm forward. The nurse disinfects his skin before inserting the needle. A few seconds later, it’s all over. The young boy smiles in relief.


Theatre Review: Madagascar The Musical (Tour)

Madagascar makes its way onto the theatre stage, having firmly established itself as a family favourite film with two sequels. The stage version is a great family show with enough identifiable elements for the film fans. Songs from the film are weaved together with catchy new tunes to build an good


Boonville Elementary School to stage ‘Madagascar Jr.’

BOONVILLE — Students at Boonville Elementary School have been hard at work since November rehearsing for a production of “Madagascar Jr.” The play is scheduled for 7 p.m. March 22 and 23 and 3 p.m. on March 24 in the school’s multipurpose room. Tickets are $6 and will be available at the door, or by


SOLDIER OF THE QUEEN OF MADAGASCAR Playing at Teatr Polski Through 4/14

SOLDIER OF THE QUEEN OF MADAGASCAR is playing at Teatr Polski in Poland from now through April 14th, 2019. Saturnin Mazurkiewicz - steward patron of Radom, widower of the issue, founder and president of the Society for the Promotion of Good Morals and Mouths and his son Kazio - an aspiring playwrigh