Official declaration of the Fiangonan'i Jesoa Kristy eto Madagasikara (FJKM), the new national council
Abanga, in Gabon
Pupil of the mission school of Lambarene, in Gabon
Wooden work, in Gabon
Fang girls, in Gabon
Moutains in Madagascar
Embellishment of a tomb, in Madagascar
Church of Mahajanga after the cyclon, in Madagascar
Road across the plain, in Madagascar
Inauguration of the temple of Fort-Dauphin, in Madagascar
Cliff of the martyrs in Antananarivo, Madagascar
Official declaration of the United Church (Eglise de Jésus-Christ à Madagascar) in Tranovato church, in Madagascar
Girls guides at the camp of Ankaratra, in Madagascar
Road in the countryside, in Madagascar
Laying of the first stone of the christian hall for young girls in Antananarivo, Madagascar
Huts and tomb of Nobles from Imerina, in Antsahadinta, Madagascar
Footbridge, in Samkita, Gabon
Mother and child (Suzanne and Jean-Paul Allégret), in Gabon
Elie Vernier with some of his parishioner in the Moramanga's district, in Madagascar
Church of Ambohipotsy in Antananarivo, Madagascar
Evangelization camp in Boina, Madagascar
[People gathered around a car in Marovoay, Madagascar]
Mission house of Samkita, in Gabon
Fang family, in Gabon
Washing in the Ogooue river, in Gabon
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Bibliothèque du Défap
Bibliothèque du Défap 
Founded in 1971, the Défap-Service protestant de mission ( in Paris has inherited the library and archive of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (SMEP), known in English as the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society (PEMS). The Society had been active between 1822 and 1971 in  the following regions of the world:  the Pacific Ocean: New Caledonia, Tahiti; Africa: Cameroon, Gabon, Congo-Brazzaville, Togo, Zambia, Southern Africa, Lesotho, Madagascar. It sent its first missionaries to Southern Africa in 1829. The library serves a wide public: researchers in various disciplines, former missionaries or their descendants, representatives of overseas churches, journalists, as well as culturally oriented institutions etc. The library collection comprises 21,000 monographs and leaflets, 1,300 titles of archived periodicals. The archive includes paper archives—correspondence, reports, candidates’ papers, private diaries, original linguistic research, published and unpublished manuscripts, etc. The iconographic archive consists of some 20,000 photographs taken over a period of one century (1860-1970), a collection of post cards issued by several missionary societies, maps, posters, illustrated tracts, films. 18,000 images have been digitized in 2008/2009 of which 6,500 (Madagascar, Cameroon and Gabon) have now been integrated into the IMPA site. 
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