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  • Madagascar-U.S. Alumni Association, Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Stephen Anderson presides at the first meeting of new Madagascar-U.S. Alumni Association, announces winners of Small Grant Competition

    09/12/2014 : Madagascar-U.S. Alumni Association, Small Grant Competition

  • Peace Corps Volunteers To Return to Comoros

    09/05/2014 : Peace Corps Volunteers To Return to Comoros

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    08/29/2014 : 32 new Peace Corps Volunteers were sworn-in to service by the U.S. Embassy’s Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Susan Sawhill Riley

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  • What vacation activities aren’t available in Ranomafana National Park?
    • A. Kayaking
    • B- Camping
    • C. Horseback riding
    • D- Hiking
    • E- Swimming

    Located in the southeastern part of Madagascar, Ranomafana National Park is the right place to spend a vacation.

    The National Park offers hikers the chance to see a number of unique and important species within its mountain rainforests, including different kinds of bamboo lemurs, countless reptiles, a large number of bird species and incredibly diverse flora; and also to spot great places for camping. It has some of the finest hot springs in Madagascar from which the name "Ranomafana" was adopted.

    The themal baths are just the right temperature and are a relaxing way to spend the afternoon.

    You can also swim and go kayaking in the crystal clear water of the Namorona river and waterfalls.

  • 1- What does democracy means to you?
    • A: government by the people
    • B: Government of people
    • C: gouvernement working for the people

    Democracy by definition means the government by people. That means that all the people should be able to have their say in one way another in everything that affects their lives. Dictionaries usually say that this right can either be exercised directly (by every member of a community having the possibility to enter personally, without mediators, his position on a particular issue into the decision making process - modern technology is able to provide this possibility for increasingly larger and larger communities), or through representatives (members of legislative bodies). This second arrangement is then called Representative Democracy.

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