National Arbor Week is celebrated annually across the ﬁrst week in September, to promote the planting and upkeep of indigenous trees. It highlights the alternatives for sus- tainable financial improvement, neighborhood participation, poverty alleviation and job creation in forestry. Considering the share of tree cover canopy, to better define the eastern humid vs. western dry forests in Madagascar and to grasp how finest to protect the terrestrial biodiversity within parks and reserves. Forests are residence to over 80% of Madagascar’s biodiversity. These ecosystems are underneath high threat as a outcome of ongoing and fast deforestation and degradation.