Tamatave


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Tamatave

(French tamatav)
n
(Placename) the former name (until 1979) of Toamasina
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(2004) 'Fresh contact in Tamatave, Madagascar: sex, money, and intergenerational transformation', American Ethnologist 31 (4): 573-88.
Cambo to volunteer her nursing skills onboard the Africa Mercy, the world's largest civilian hospital ship, as it's docked in Tamatave, Madagascar.
Cole (2010) analyzing the lifeworlds of urban youth in Tamatave, Madagascar, indicates that young people aspiring to a "modern," cosmopolitan, and youthful lifestyle characterized by fashionable dress and participation in the consumer world "make fun of schooling or of those who invest too much time in schooling, even when they sometimes continue their own studies" (Cole 2010: 106).
'Phantom nostalgia and recollecting (from) the colonial past in Tamatave, Madagascar', Ethnomusicology 46:265-283.
Rajaonarioa, "Factors determining compliance with tuberculosis treatment in an urban environment, Tamatave, Madagascar," International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, vol.
A child sex tourism problem exists in coastal cities, including Tamatave, Nosy Be, Diego Suarez, and Majunga, as well as the capital, Antananarivo.
A new Parish Nurse will begin in Antsirabe, one in Antananarivo, and one in Tamatave.
(32) They set up stations in Antananarivo and the port towns of Tamatave and, later, Majunga in order to record the weather using rain gauges, barometers, thermometers, and other instruments.