The #WWlgu tag of Madagascar - #MGlgu in Africa is #MGlgu.
Check #WWlgu hashtags for a brief explanation on this kind of hashtag.
Check Your community leading sustainable development? #WWlgu for #LocalizingSDGs for the #WWlgu hashtags of local government units in other countries.
|city (capital of region)||#MGlgu||Development Data (Knoema)|
|Antananarivo-Renivohitra (Analamanga)||#MG05||Data atlas|
|Toliara (Atsimo Andrefana)||#MG06||Data atlas|
|Toamasina (Atsinanana)||#MG04||Data atlas|
|Mahajanga (Boeny)||#MG03||Data atlas|
|Antsiranana (Diana)||#MG01||Data atlas|
|Fianarantsoa (Haute Matsiatra)||#MG02||Data atlas|
|national #tags||this page|
|#MGlgu tags||combine the ISO country code MG with the numerical part of the ADM1 Code for the region|
|construct more tags with the extended divisioning geocodes (Geohive)|
Note: As there is no domestically defined geocode for each region, we use the numerical part of the ADM1 code1. Obtain that code from the ADM1 Code Search module by entering Madagascar's GEC country code: MG2.
Sustainable development in Madagascar - #MGlgu?
Curated open data for Madagascar - #MGlgu
In the media
With a hashtag per city or local government unit, anyone can tag content about the city or local government unit, and share it via social media as explained at #tags in support of easy information retrieval (video on YouTube).
If you publish a website or blog, you can also embed the Twitter timeline of a hashtag as explained at How to embed a #tag timeline in your website of blog? (Video on YouTube). There is a Twitter timeline embedded at #udhr19 - Freedom of opinion & expression; to seek & receive information.
Madagascar: A Country Study (2001, ed. by Peter R. Blood, on-line version) published by the Federal Research Division of the US Library of Congress. The study offers a comprehensive description and analysis of the country's historical setting, geography, society, economy, political system, and foreign policy.