Through my lens (part 4)

A snapshot of happenings from the past few months.

The mayor of Andapa (grey suit) and members of the police and gendarme salute the flag during a ceremony to celebrate Madagascar's Independence Day on June 26

The mayor of Andapa (grey suit) and members of the police and gendarme salute the flag during a ceremony to celebrate Madagascar’s Independence Day on June 26

Grilling chicken for our Fourth of July party

Grilling chicken for our Fourth of July party

With a couple of students from an English Club during a visit to Marojejy National Park

With a couple of students from an English Club during a visit to Marojejy National Park

Two young Silky Sifaka lemurs playing in Marojejy National Park

Two young Silky Sifaka lemurs playing in Marojejy National Park

An overturned truck on the road between Vohemar and Ambilobe, recognized as one of the worst roads in Madagascar

An overturned truck on the road between Vohemar and Ambilobe, recognized as one of the worst roads in Madagascar

Overlooking the Indian Ocean and the town of Mahanoro, located on the east coast of Madagascar

Overlooking the Indian Ocean and the town of Mahanoro, located on the east coast of Madagascar

Visiting PCV Elizabeth's and PCV Charlotte's secondary project, the Cultural Center of Hope, in Mahanoro. The Center has a collection of English and French books for students and also provides English and French courses

Visiting PCV Elizabeth’s and PCV Charlotte’s secondary project, the Cultural Center of Hope, in Mahanoro. The Center has a collection of English and French books for students and also provides English and French courses

Women selling coconut candy on the beach in Tamatave

Women selling coconut candy on the beach in Tamatave

Two students, trained by PCVs in the SAVA Region, show people how to properly hang a mosquito net during a recent Malaria Festival. Photo credit: ZDR

Two students, trained by PCVs in the SAVA Region, show people how to properly hang a mosquito net during a recent Malaria Festival. Photo credit: ZDR

Children coloring a comic book and learning about Malaria during a recent Malaria Festival. Photo credit:  ZDR

Children coloring a comic book and learning about Malaria during a recent Malaria Festival. Photo credit: ZDR

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One thought on “Through my lens (part 4)

  1. The Malagasy appear to be sociable people. They appear to be quite comfortable gathering together. I wonder if the lack of mechanization (and personal entertain devices) has to do with how they interact with each other.

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