[lg policy] Alternative Bambara translations; Ebola materials in Temne; Mentioning Liberian languages or not

dzo at bisharat.net dzo at bisharat.net
Fri Dec 26 22:10:43 UTC 2014


Three recent blog posts may be of interest to some on this list:

1) Two more ebola posters in Bambara (Two more translations of the same 
ebola poster offer an opportunity to review in comparison - should we be 
doing more of this?) 16 December 2014
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2014/12/two-more-ebola-posters-in-bambara.html

2) Ebola materials in Temne (Temen, Themine, Themne, Timene, Timini, 
Timne, Timmannee) (Some materials in the major language of northern 
Sierra Leone, and a note about variant spellings of language names.) 18 
December 2014
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2014/12/ebola-materials-in-temne-temen-themine.html

3) When do Liberian languages bear mentioning in ebola reporting? (A 
nice story on local Oxfam ebola volunteers' communication & survey work 
in Monrovia gives no hint that more than one language may  be involved, 
while some other stories address this directly.) 26 December 2014
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2014/12/when-do-liberian-languages-bear.html

Don Osborn, PhD
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