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Implications for Disaster Risk Management

Cyclones are expected to decrease in frequency but increase in intensity.
Projected decreases in rainfall, coupled with projected increases in the length of the dry periods in the future could pose additional stress on the already vulnerable livelihoods of southern Madagascar.
Projected temperature increases could disrupt unique and critical micro-climates and lead to significant changes to local farming systems, with implications for food security.

Population 2000
Population 2015
Number of children under the age of 5
Prevalence of Child Malnutrition
Rainfed, Cultivated Land, Year 2000
Crop Land
Vulnerability Indicators

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