A Japanese former volunteer in Africa has just published a dictionary of Swahili, convinced that speaking the local language is a must for mutual understanding.
Midori Uno first encountered the principal language of Tanzania in 1967 and spent two years in the country as a member of the Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers of the Japan International Cooperation Agency.
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