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  • Jobs in Antsiranana

    Jobs in Antsiranana | Job Opportunities in Antsiranana

    Antsiranana is situated on the northern edge of Madagascar. The city is the capital of the Diana area and of the Antsiranana autonomous province. The city contains a natural port for the transportation of goods from the area, but the remote location, and, until recently, bad road to the south, has made it rather non significant for freight traffic. The region is also known as Diogo Soares, a Portuguese navigator who visited the bay in 1543. In the 1880s, the bay was popular in France, which preferred it as a coaling station for steamships. After the first Franco-Hova War, Queen Ranavalona III signed a treaty in 1885 giving France a region over the bay and surrounding territory, as well as the islands of Nossi-Be and Ste. Marie de Madagascar.

    Jobs in Antsirabe

    Jobs in Antsirabe | Job Opportunities in Antsirabe

    Antsirabe is the third biggest city in Madagascar. The estimated population of the city was around 183,000. It’s the capital of the Vakinankaratra area. The altitude is about 1,500 m (4,900 ft), so the climate is rather cold. The city contains Tiko (milk and other food products), Star Brasseries (beverages), Cotona (textiles) and Kobama (grain). The city is located at the edge of TA (Tananarive-Antsirabe) railway, currently only with cargo trains. The line has been extended southwards through Vinaninkarena, but the expansion is not used. National road 7 links the city to Antananarivo (North), Fianarantsoa and Toliara (South). The city contains the warm springs and a thermal bath, which was particularly well known in the 19th century. The city was established by a Norwegian missionary to serve as a retreat center because of the weather. The name of the city translates into “the place of much salt”.

    Jobs in Toliara

    Jobs in Toliara | Job Opportunities in Toliara

    Toliara is also known as was previously called Tuléar. It is the main city in Madagascar. The city is also the capital city of Atsimo-Andrefana areaand the Toliara province. The present spelling of the city name was adopted in the 1970s, and represents the orthography of the Malagasy language. Several geographic place names were similarly altered in this time from their previous French spellings following Malagasy independence in 1960. The estimated population of the city was around 101,661 (2001 census). The city is main import/export center of the commodities such as sisal, soap, hemp, cotton, rice, and peanuts. Air Madagascar operates scheduled flights to here.

    Jobs in Mahajanga

    Jobs in Mahajanga | Job Opportunities in Mahajanga

    Mahajanga is a city and a main district as wall as a province on the north-western side of Madagascar. It is the capital of the Boeny area and of the Mahajanga Province. The estimated population of the city was around 135,660 (2001 estimate). Mahajanga is a main harbor and most significant city after Toamasina. The marine terminal accommodates containerships and small (150 gross ton) general cargo freighters. Due to the limited water depth at the wharf, only small ships can call at the terminal. The larger ships stay far off the terminal and transfer cargoes to and from barges, which move it to and from the terminal. Severe storms during December 2006 damaged the bulkhead, permitting the water to flow in and wash backfill out from under the terminal’s paving blocks. The resulting collapse of pavement blocks has made operations at the terminal less efficient and reduced the storage space available. The largest and most valuable containerized export is frozen shrimp.

    Jobs in Toamasina

    Jobs in Toamasina | Job Opportunities in Toamasina

    Toamasina is also known as Tamatave. It is a main city in the central region of Madagascar. The city is the capital of the Atsinanana area and of the Toamasina Province. President by special delegation of the city: Gervais Rakotomanana. The previous mayor of the city was suspended after a decision in the municipal council earlier in 2007. The city is the main port of Madagascar which is located close to the center of the eastern shore at 18 10 S, 49 32 E. the estimated population of the city was around 179,045 (2001 census).

    Jobs in Fianarantsoa

    Jobs in Fianarantsoa | Job Opportunities in Fianarantsoa

    Fianarantsoa is a city in the southern side Madagascar. The city is the capital of the Haute Matsiatra and of the Fianarantsoa Province. It was established in the early 19th century by the Merina as the administrative capital for the newly conquered Betsileo kingdoms. The city is located at 1,200 meters (3,900 ft) above the sea level, and the estimated population of the city was around 144,225 (2001 census) The city name means “Good education” in Malagasy. It is a cultural center for the whole island. It contains some of the oldest Protestant and Lutheran cathedrals on the island, the oldest theological seminary and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Fianarantsoa. The city also contains the university named after it and built in 1972. It is considered to be the capital of wine in Madagascar, due to the presence of several wine industries in the city..

    Jobs in Antananarivo

    Jobs in Antananarivo | Job opportunities in Antananarivo

    Antananarivo is the capital and biggest city in Madagascar. It is also known by its French colonial shorthand form Tana. The bigger metropolitan area neighboring the city, known as Antananarivo-Renivohitra is the capital of the Analamanga region and of the Antananarivo autonomous province.

    Jobs in Madagascar

    Jobs in Madagascar | Job opportunities in Madagascar

    Madagascar or Republic of Madagascar is an isle nation in the Indian Ocean off the southeastern coast of Africa. The major island, also called Madagascar, is the fourth biggest island in the world, and is home to 5% of the world’s plant and animal species, of which more than 80% are widespread to Madagascar. They include the lemur infra order of primates, the carnivorous fossa, three bird families and six baobab varieties. Two thirds of the inhabitants live under the international poverty line of US$1.25 a day.