In Madagascar, while 80% of the population is rural, the supply of financial services to farmers remains very limited and access conditions are complicated for most farmers. Since 2009, in connection with the State, Fert has accompanied the implementation of CSA and FDAR in different regions (Amoron’i Mania, Menabe, Ihorombe, Vakinankaratra and Alaotra Mangoro) since August 2017 for 4 years, so that the FDA can facilitate the implementation of farmers’ projects thanks to a grant. In connection with national farmers’ organizations, Fert ensures the training of technical teams and committee in charge of discussing and validating farmers’ requests. In connection with Fifata, Fert also ensures a good understanding of the needs of farmers and advises the FDAR so that the services meet the needs (collective equipment, advisory support, training in governance, small infrastructures, support for the settlement of young people, etc.). In the Alaotra Mangoro region, Fert works in partnership with the Malagasy association AMADESE. Finally, Fert participates in the reflections and contributes to the development of the national system.