We also offer , and trip ideas/insights to students/volunteers/tourists, who are on overseas exchange or practical international internships.
Go Abroad experience in whatever capacity you interact with the overseas
As a knowledge Centre, we provide applicable cultural insights specific to the
foreign country or community that your work/project is focused on. Since
language does provide a window into a community’s culture, the Go Abroad cultural preparation does include basic language skills relevant to that culture.
Did you know?
· Over 100 million people worldwide speak Swahili. It is the official language in Tanzania and Kenya, and is also used in Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique, Malawi, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, DR Congo, Yemen and Oman.
· Swahili serves as the working language of the African Union, which consists of 55 countries on the African continent, and even slightly beyond.
· It is officially recognized as the “lingua franca” of the east African community. This means that Kiswahili has been adopted as the common language between people who speak different native African languages in their own countries.
· KiSwahili is the second most widely understood language in Africa, after Arabic.