“Hello from Madagascar!” Friend, October 2020
Hi, we’re Margo and Paolo.
We’re traveling around the world to learn about children of God. Join us as we visit Madagascar!
Madagascar is an island off the east coast of Africa. It has many plants and animals that aren’t found anywhere else in the world—like this ring-tailed lemur!
These boys are helping bring back plastic jugs with water. How do you help your family?
The Church is small in Madagascar, but it is growing! Right now there are 16 wards and 26 branches there.
More types of chameleons live in Madagascar than anywhere else in the world!
These huge baobab trees can store lots of water in their trunks—up to 120,000 litres (31,700 gal)!
Many people in Madagascar eat rice two or three times a day, sometimes with vegetables, beans, or meat.
The Malagasy word for “friend” is namana. If you could meet a new friend in Madagascar, what would you tell them?
I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior.
Nathan, age 7, Antananarivo Province, Madagascar
Russell M. Nelson is a prophet of God.
Nomena, age 6, Antananarivo Province, Madagascar
Are you from Madagascar? Write to us! We would love to hear from you.
Thanks for exploring Madagascar with us. See you next time!