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Tarbiyya Tatali

Posted by hausaonline on Saturday, April 9, 2011

One of the readers of this blog who works in Niger sent me a link to an interesting website: www.tarbiyya-tatali.org: “I found it useful because it has a summary of demographic and political information on Niger in Hausa and English and Spanish.  So it has been a good resource to read and then to cross-check the English translation for phrases that are not in the online Bargery but are in the newspapers.”

Here is a screenshot:

Tarbiyya Tatali means “Aid for self development” in the Hausa language.

The general objective of this network of associations from Niger and from France is to support the efforts of the people from Niger in the process of his sustainable development, by mobilizing the national and international solidarity and by promoting cultural exchanges.

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BBC Hausa: Children’s life in Niger

Posted by hausaonline on Thursday, August 5, 2010

Children’s life in Niger is difficult, due to scarcity of food. Watch what the 10 year old girl Djamila has to tell about it:

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New kids on the blog: Ina Mafita

Posted by hausaonline on Tuesday, March 4, 2008

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I have just come across Ina Mafita, a new weblog for speakers and writers of Hausa and other languages spoken in Niger Republic. Its motto is: “Rubutu a cikin harsunan gida”. So far, there are only few posts, but it looks like there is more to come. I will subscribe to their RSS-Feed and hope to read more in future.

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