The Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) has not been activated in Madagascar, but World Food Programme (WFP), as global lead of the ETC, is leading the response efforts together with ETC members.

Cyclone Enawo is wreaking havoc across Madagascar: towns and cities flooded; houses, schools, hospitals and critical infrastructure destroyed; and thousands of people displaced. Power outages are widespread in affected areas. More than 760,000 people in nine regions are expected to be directly affected by the strongest cyclone to strike the island nation in 13 years. Conditions are comparable to Cyclone Gafilo in 2004, which left 250,000 Malagasies displaced and 100,000 homes damaged in its wake.

The National Office for Disaster Risk and Management (BNGRC) and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) have activated the Multi-Hazard National Contingency Plan 2016/2017.

Source: OCHA


Supported by:


Funding Status

0.48 M$

Percentage received:

21.00 %


0.3792 M$

Key Operational Gaps: 

In the most affected areas in the north-east of Madagascar, Internet connectivity from local Internet Service Providers (ISP) has been disrupted

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Prakash Muniandy

Emergency Coordinator

Gloria Botero

Information Management Specialist
Dubai, UAE


14 June 2017 - 12:00 pm GMT