How much do you know about Madagascar? 🌮

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We’ve crafted a fun and enlightening quiz that takes you on a virtual journey to the incredible island of Madagascar, a place like no other.
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1. Hvordan How does the ratio of physicians in Madagascar compare to that in more developed countries like “Norway”?

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2. What percentage of Madagascar’s population lives on less than $1.90 a day, the international poverty line?

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3. What is the main food in Madagascar?

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4. Madagascar is the world’s largest exporter of which spice?

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5. What is the national animal of Madagascar?

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Global Mercy

Who we are as a non-profit organization

Founded in 1978, Mercy Ships is a global faith-based charity that uses hospital ships and volunteer professionals to deliver free specialized surgical care and medical training to build the local healthcare systems with our host nations, focusing in Africa.

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There are 40 million untreated surgical
conditions in sub-Saharan Africa every year.
We’re on a mission to change that.

We believe that sustainable work is to be locally led. Help us bring safe surgeries to the more people
in Africa. The surgical crisis is massive but. But together, we can solve it one life at a time.
Find out more about Sierra Leone and about our work in Africa by doing the quiz.


Poverty rate

75% of the population lives below the poverty line of $2 per day


27 million


Doctors, nurses, and midwives

0.4 doctors per 10’000 inhabitants 2.2 nurses and midwives per 10’000 inhabitants

What we have accomplish so far in Africa



Safe surgical procedures done in Africa.



Professionals trained



Annual volunteers on board

Together, we can impact more lives together