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2012 Calendar


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1 Jan. 2012: "Educate a woman, educate a nation." - Fanti (Ghana) Proverb 2602
2 Feb. 2012: "A village never lacks a beautiful young woman.." - Lingala (Democratic Republic of Congo – DRC, Republic of the Congo, Angola, Central African Republic) Proverb 2351
3 Mar. 2012: “The woman finds an empty house, she doesn’t find riches. ” - Luba-Kasai (Democratic Republic of Congo – DRC) Proverb 2151
4 Apr. 2012: "You cannot use a wild banana leaf to shield yourself from the rains and then tear it to pieces later when the rains come to an end. " - Nandi (Kenya) Proverb 2171
5 May 2012: "The person who has not travelled widely thinks his or her mother is the only cook (the best cook)." - Ganda (Uganda) 2071
6 Jun. 2012: "It takes a whole village to raise a child." - Igbo and Yoruba (Nigeria) Proverb 2543
7 Jul. 2012: "You must treat the earth well. It was not given to you by your parents. It is loaned to you by your children." - Kikuyu (Kenya) Saying 2437
8 Aug. 2012: "If you get a fine harvest of maize don’t break your local brotherhood and sisterhood." - Bembe (Democratic Republic of the Congo – DRC, Tanzania) Proverb 2164
9 Sep. 2012: "The old woman looks after the child to grow its teeth and the young one in turn looks after the old woman when she loses her teeth." - Akan (Ghana, Ivory Coast ) Proverb 2163
10 Oct. 2012: "The hyena with a cub does not eat up (consume) all the available food." - Akamba (Kenya) Proverb 2115
11 Nov. 2012: "Let the guest come so that the host or hostess may benefit (get well)." - Swahili (Eastern and Central Africa) Proverb 2193
12 Dec. 2012: "Women give birth with other women." - Alur (Democratic Republic of Congo – DRC and Uganda) Proverb 2212
 

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