Dictionary Projects Make Progress in 2015Submitted by Kevin Warfel on Mon, 2017-03-20 16:57
(November 2015) During the first ten months of 2015, nine language communities in seven countries held special workshops to begin the process of building their dictionaries.
- Bissa Barka (Burkina Faso)
- Cøllø/Shilluk (South Sudan)
- Kabwa (Tanzania)
- Kemedzung, Chung and Sari (Cameroon)
- Komo (Ethiopia)
- Natügu (Solomon Islands)
- Rapoisi (Papua New Guinea)
Additional workshops had been planned in Nepal, but they had to be canceled because of the devastating earthquakes that struck the country in the spring.
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