[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

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

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

Don Osborn, PhD
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