Yoruba Language

Yoruba (Yor. Èdè Yorùbá) is a language spoken in West Africa, most prominently South western Nigeria. It is spoken by the ethnic Yoruba people. The number of Yoruba speakers is estimated at between 45 and 55 million. As a pluricentric language, it is primarily spoken in a dialectal area spanning Nigeria, Benin and Togo, with smaller migrated communities in Cote d'Ivoire, Sierra Leone and The Gambia. Yoruba vocabulary is also used in the Afro-Brazilian religion known as Candomblé, in the Caribbean religion of Santería in the form of the liturgical Lucumí language and various Afro-American religions of North America.As the …



Cleen Foundation · 30 April 2021 English

students’ union politics and got elected considered to be a challenge to thegovernment He took the then IGP, Tafa Balogun to Chicago Speaker of the UNN Student Union, as well …

expects to have a relationship that is Wthe Yoruba language, mutually respectful, supportive and dignified

OER Africa · 6 August 2020 English

UNESCO OER Dynamic Coalition Online Consultations Report.final.docx UNESCO OER Dynamic Coalition Consultations 22 – 24 July 2020 Final Meeting Report 1 Table of Contents Introduction ............................................................................................................................ 4 Deliberations of the …

yobamoodua.org/ayipada‐oju‐ojo/  targeting Yoruba language speakers. A project leader in   South Afr

APHRC: Africa Population Health Research Center · 29 March 2019 English

An understanding of older men and women’s perceptions and dispositions is necessary, judging by the evidence on the sexualization of the woman’s body and the premium on sexual pleasures and …

semistructured interviews were transcribed in the Yoruba language and then translated into English. Two experts

NAMS: North American Menopause Society · 11 February 2019 English

311 Adaptation and translation of the menopause-specific Utian Quality of Life (UQOL) scale to Yoruba language using middle-aged women attending a clinic in Nigeria Obalowu Ismaila Aberi, MD, FWACP, Odeigah

menopause-specific Utian Quality of Life (UQOL) scale to Yoruba language using middle-aged women attending a clinic

CEPAL: Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe · 8 November 2018 English

These are chiefly monographs reporting on research findings and technical studies financed by donors. Published in more flexible formats than the other collections, they often form the basis for more …

Werneck. Werneck 27 The word “Iyalode” (from the Yoruba language, Ìyálóde) literally means “mother of public

APHRC: Africa Population Health Research Center · 17 August 2018 English

J Cross Cult Gerontol, doi:10.1007/s10823-018-9354-8

Phase All the 12 vignette-based FGD were in Yoruba Language and then translated into the English Language

SAA: School for Advanced Research · 29 June 2018 English

School for Advanced Research, from the production of a documentary At S AR, Feld has combined these gifts to produce a feature-length film that film about the rainforest people of …

better-known and larger Nigerian studied the Yoruba language, and won a Yoruba community of the “Nollywood”

EUAA: European Union Agency for Asylum · 22 August 2017 English

Activities on raising the awareness of migrants: (1) The Missing Steps, a TV mini-series which is going to be broadcast on the national TV of Nigeria, with the support of …

near Benin in Southern Nigeria. Candles and Yoruba language writing found on the riverbank suggested again

CODESRIA: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa · 21 June 2017 English

In the hands of the missionary arm of the colonialists and the ruling elite after independence, it is a weapon to blunt the people’s consciousness of their condition of being. …

Parliament, was also killed in 1975. 4. Ole in Yoruba language means ‘thief’. This name accords with the allegorical

CODESRIA: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa · 15 March 2017 English

The increase in the number CSOs has been explained in terms of humanitarian crises, a perceived turbulence in world politics, the volatility of The general literature on the state of …

Igbos and is predominantly a Muslim community. Yoruba language is and isolated from other more positive experiences

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