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2014 Calendar


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1 December 2014 It takes a whole village to raise a child. Igbo and Yoruba (Nigeria) Proverb 1801
2 November 2014 Alive, we live in the same house or under the same roof. Dead, we rest in the same tomb. (English) Malagasy (Madagascar) 1210
3 October 2014 The person who has not travelled widely thinks his or her mother is the only cook (the best cook). Ganda (Uganda) 1256
4 September 2014 Look up, Tungu my child. (English) Sukuma (Tanzania) Proverb 1435
5 August 2014 Like ants, eat little and carry the rest back to your home. (English) Bembe (Democratic Republic of the Congo – DRC, Tanzania) Proverb 1202
6 July 2014 To stay a long time in the water does not make you clean. (English) Sukuma (Tanzania) Proverb 1275
7 June 2014 A tree on a hill in the savannah is a meeting place for birds. (English) Bembe (Democratic Republic of Congo - DRC, Tanzania) Proverb 1256
8 May 2014 "Women give birth with other women. (English) " Alur (Democratic Republic of Congo – DRC and Uganda) Proverb 1389
9 April 2014 "An empty stomach can make a person lose his or her cattle; that is, when the stomach is empty the legs become weak and you can't run after your animals. (English)" Toposa (Sudan) Proverb 1131
10 March 2014 - A faithful woman is a crown to her husband. (English). Gusii (Kenya) Proverb 1368
11 February 2014 It is not possible to avoid a slippery home compound. (English) Mbeere (Kenya) Proverb 1318
12 Jan 2014 - "Let the guest come so that the host or hostess may benefit (get well). Swahili (Eastern and Central Africa) Proverb 1282
 

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