What is MOLAC ?
MOLAC, which stands for “ Modern Linguistics and African Cultural Promotion Centre” Is a Modern Centre for Foreign Languages and advancements as well as for the promotion of African Culture.
MOLAC became operational as per 1st of January, 1995.
Some of the experience the centre enjoys has been acquired from the defunct Alliance Française of Arusha 1982 – 1994.
OBJECTIVES AND FUNCTIONS
MOLAC objectives and functions are two folds:
2. Promoting African Culture and Arts
3. Interpreting and Translation services
MOLAC undertakes the teaching of various foreign Languages namely; Swahili, English, French, German, Spanish, and others.
2. AFRICAN CULTURE AND ARTS FORUM.
MOLAC aims at promoting African culture and Arts through research, information and Training.
3. INTEPRETATION AND TRANSLATION
Interpreting and Translation services for conferences, workshop...
THE COMPONENTS OF MOLAC
MOLAC is made up of three parts as follows:
1. The General Assembly ( G.M)
This comprises ordinary, honorary and affiliated members.
2. The executive Committee.
3. The executive secretariat.
OVERVIEW OF THE SWAHILI
Kiswahili (Swahili) is a major Bantu language spoken in East Africa. There are an estimated 50,000,000 speakers, which makes it the most widely spoken language on the African continent. Approximately 2,000,000 people use Swahili as a home language. Swahili is an official language of Tanzania, and is a national language in Kenya and Uganda. Swahili is also spoken in a number of other countries in the region, including the DRC, Rwanda, Burundi, northern Mozambique and Somalia.
DAILY LIFE IN AFRICA
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