03/27/2014 : U.S. Embassy Antananarivo launched the "Window on America"
03/24/2014 : SENIOR STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL TO VISIT MADAGASCAR
03/19/2014 : The Embassy of the United States and its partners reward the best young environmental reporters in the “Best Reporter Challenge” contest
On February 27, Secretary of State John Kerry released the Human Rights Reports for 2013.
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01/18/2014 – The United States welcomes the announcement of the final results of Madagascar’s presidential election.
We commend the Malagasy electoral authorities for organizing a poll that reflects the will of the Malagasy people and are grateful to the United Nations for its support to the electoral process. Version Française »
Once again we congratulate the people of Madagascar for participating peacefully in UN-assisted legislative and presidential elections on December 20. version francaise »
We congratulate the people of Madagascar for participating peacefully in UN-supervised legislative and presidential elections on December 20. The United States shares the hopes of the Malagasy people that these elections will mark the return of democratic rule in Madagascar.
The U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Eric Wong and USAID Mission Director Susan Sawhill Riley jointly announced the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, a flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).
11/22/2013 : The Information Resource Center (IRC) staff conducted a series of outreach activities at three different educational institutions
Audiences learned about the services and resources available for free at the IRC library, like books (Nouveaux Horizons, IIP e-journals), internet access, eLibrary USA, computers, iPads, Kindles, and advising material for preparing to study in the U.S. Attendees also had the opportunity to become IRC members,
11/21/2013 : We support any government that respects human rights, which addresses the needs of the Malagasy people
The United States supports principles, not personalities. We support any government that respects human rights, which addresses the needs of the Malagasy people, who cares about socio-economic development, which is open, which works transparently
“We congratulate the people of Madagascar for participating peacefully in the first round of presidential elections." The United States shares the hopes of the Malagasy people that this historic election will be the first step to the return of democratic rule in Madagascar.
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Have you experienced the environment in Madagascar ? Check our the natural splendor and spas of Ranomafana National Park via its Facebook page.
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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