September 25, 2008

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

August 2012Sisterhood Walya ékongyé tù kone m’moka. (Bembe) Ne rompez jamais la fraternité à cause de la bonne moisson du maïs. (French) Uvunapo mahindi, chunga usi […]
September 25, 2008

May 2011: “A tree is known by its fruit.” – Zulu (South Africa, Swaziland) Proverb

May 2010Promoting Medicine from Trees and Plants Isihlahla saziwa ngezithelo zaso. (Zulu) A tree is known by its fruit. (English) Zulu (South Africa, Swaziland) Proverb Sunday […]
September 25, 2008

Jul. 2011: “A fish is the last to acknowledge the existence of water” – Ewe (Ghana, Benin, Nigeria and Togo) Proverb

July 2010Taking for Granted our Natural Resources Akpa le tome gake menya tsi fe vevie nyenyeo. (Ewe) A fish is in water but does not know […]
September 25, 2008

Jul. 2010: “The groin pains in sympathy with the sore.” – Zulu (South Africa, Swaziland) Proverb

July 2010Compassionate Healing Imbilaph’ ivun’ isilonda. (Zulu) The groin pains in sympathy with the sore. (English) Zulu (South Africa, Swaziland) Proverb   Health clinic near Nyamata, […]
September 25, 2008

Jul 2009: “A deaf ear is followed by death and an ear that listens is followed by blessings.” – Samburu (Kenya) Proverb

July 2009Foster Dialogue Nkore nkiyok natua norubare lkiye, naa nkore nkiyok naiichu nerubare nkichoni. (Samburu) Sikio lisilosikia hufuatwa na mauti na sikio linalosikia hufuatwa na baraka. […]
September 25, 2008

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

July 2012Parenting Rigita thi wega; ndwaheiruio ni aciari; ni ngombo uhetwo ni ciana ciaku. (Kikuyu) Itunze arthi vyema; hukupewa na wazazi; bali umekopeshwa na wazao wako. […]
September 25, 2008

Jun. 2011: “A tree on a hill in the savannah is a meeting place for birds.” – Bembe (Democratic Republic of Congo -DRC, Tanzania) Proverb

June 2010Planting Trees Ate alé mwiono hisumbelo lya manyonyi. (Bembe) Mti ulio juu ya mlima (mbugani) ni pahali pa mkutano wa ndege. (Swahili) Un arbre sur […]
September 25, 2008

Jun. 2010: “A tree is known by its fruit.” – Zulu (South Africa, Swaziland) Proverb

June 2010Actions Speak Louder Than Words Isihlahla saziwa ngezithelo zaso. (Zulu) A tree is known by its fruit. (English) Zulu (South Africa, Swaziland) Proverb “Jesus Heals […]
September 25, 2008

Jun 2009: “The water pot presses upon the small circular pad.” – Acholi (Uganda) Proverb

June 2009Promote the Good of the Community Agulu pii odiyo otac. (Acholi) Jungu la maji hugandamiza kata. (Swahili) The water pot presses upon the small circular […]