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99 Pages of Free Lessons
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Peace Corps Tem Language Lessons - Image COURSE OVERVIEW
This manual is competency based and contains useful expressions related to all training components such as technique, health, safety and security.This will build up your ability to communicate in local language in local language and will bring you closer to the community with which you will work. This capacity will also enable you to know your community better. You will participate effectively and with increased personal satisfaction in the type of cultural and technical exchange that Peace Corps has been advocating for since its creation. Some suggestions for succeeding in this learning process is being receptive and taking risks. Use the new language, analyse it and be methodic. Search for new words with friends, host families and counterparts.

PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Togo: 1962-present
Ghana: 1961-present
Benin: 1968-present

PROGRAM SECTORS
Togo: Education, Environment, Health
Ghana: Education, Agriculture, Health
Benin: Education, Environment, Health, Community Economic Development
Tem is a Gur language spoken in Togo, Ghana, and Benin. It is used by neighboring peoples. The Gur languages, also known as Central Gur, belong to the NigerCongo languages. There are about 70 languages belonging to this group. They are spoken in the sahelian and savanna regions of West Africa, namely: in Burkina Faso, southern Mali, northeastern Ivory Coast, the northern halves of Ghana and Togo, northwestern Benin, and southwestern Niger; with the easternmost Gur language Baatonun, spoken in the extreme northwest of Nigeria.
Tem is spoken in: Togo, Ghana, Benin
Tem is also called: Tem, Temba, Kotokoli, Cotocoli

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