Africa is a continent of at least 800 different languages. Chichewa (also known as Nyanja) is a Bantu language and declared the official language of Malawi in 1968. It is also one of the seven official African languages of Zambia, where it is spoken mostly in the Eastern Province. It is also spoken in Mozambique as well as in Zimbabwe. The Chichewa Alphabet differs from the English Alphabet quite a bit. Some letters do not exist, i.e., “Q” and “X”. This book is comprised of photographs by HIV/AIDS orphaned children who study at the Jacaranda Primary and Secondary School in Blantyre, Malawi. Donated digital camera equipment and classes made this possible. All proceeds will go to the Jacaranda School for support of these students. To learn more, go to http://www.jacarandafoundation.org.Über den Autor:
Kathy J. Oman is a photographer with a passion for traveling to foreign destinations. Professionally, she started her photography career working on an educational cruise ship, going on tours and capturing passengers interacting with whatever environment they found themselves in. Kathy has traveled to several third world countries, including SE Asia, Cuba, Mexico, Indonesia, Africa, as well as part of Europe and the Far East. She has made personal books for both herself and others of these travels. Currently Kathy lives in the Pacific Northwest and keeps busy with photography gigs when she is not traveling.
„Über diesen Titel“ kann sich auf eine andere Ausgabe dieses Titels beziehen.