Deforestation on primary forest in Madagascar is getting worst year after year.
For survival reasons Malagasy must cut trees to get charcoal to eat or shower with warm water.
In order to fulfil those basic requirements the ecosystem is disturbed which was proven during the monsoon period in February 2015.Without trees rain cannot be absorbed and flooding appears in many places causing severe damages to villages and cities.
One alternative solution is to introduce massively the biomass energy by using rice husk or grass to create charcoal briquette.
The goal is to get a starting capital to build a charcoal factory running with solar panels. Also a solar grasshopper and a truck running on electric power to deliver goods in bulk.
With mass-production capabilities the selling price will be so competitive that cutting trees will be past history in a country faced to poverty going worst every day.