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Registered Kamusi Participants, 2013-2015

This page lists the people who registered as participating editors on the Kamusi website during a period between roughly 2013 and 2015. The people listed below are only those who joined while we were using version 7 of Drupal content management system. For several years before using D7, our user system was the subject of constant spam attacks, so we had to throw away many valid registrations along with tens of thousands of bogus users. Unfortunately, the D7 system crashed in 2015, and there was no easy way to convert those registrations to the more modern system we have migrated to. Nor could we retain the records relating to each individual's contributions. With apologies to the people on this page who will have to re-register with the new system, and for whom your work history has been lost, here are the user records we have preserved:

Name  Country Biography
Greg McKeen South Africa
Martin Benjamin Switzerland Dr. Martin Benjamin (martin at kamusi dot org), a Senior Scientist at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland, is the founder and executive director of the Kamusi Project. A current biographical sketch is online at http://kamusi.org/martin
Emmanuel  Habumuremyi Rwanda
André Ellis South Africa
Arthur Buliva Kenya Mie Mkenya kuzaliwa na kulelewa. Nywele nyeusi ya Kiafrika. Na mzungumzaji wa Kiswahili pamoja na mtaalam wa programu za kompyuta. Tuendelee kuzungumza!
Clinton Lee Taylor South Africa
Richard Lepine USA
Petro Ma Poland
Christiaan Kooyman Morocco I am a biologist, more specifically an insect pathologist, who has been working in Africa since 1979. I officially live in Kenya, but I have worked in many African countries and picked up a number of local languages. The African languages I know best are Swahili and Afrikaans. I also speak a number of European languages. Currently, I am working in Morocco, where I am now improving my Arabic.
Katrina Thompson USA Associate Professor of African Languages and Literature, UW-Madison
Justin Beckham Tanzania I'm an American living in Iringa, Tanzania trying to learn the beautiful Hehe language. My tutor and partner in coming up with and entering dictionary items is Karisto Kissigo who is from the Mufindi area of the Iringa region.
Lambert Ndikumana Burundi I am an English lecturer at Ngozi University in Burundi. I am involved in Kamusi Project with Martin Benjamin
Ingo Koll Iran
Flora Okuku Kenya
Ernest Ndayikengurutse Burundi
Mzee Nyuki United Kingdom
Tumaini Z China
Eshinee Veith Botswana
Donny Nyamweya Kenya
Desmond Brice-Bennett Tanzania
Ak  Martins United Kingdom
Ben Weijers Netherlands
Yuning Shen Tanzania
Troy Spier USA
Peter Kimani Kenya I love learning languages
Christopher Leo Canada Senior Scholar, University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Canada. I was fluent in Swahili in the early 1970s. Have lost my fluency, but not my knowledge and interest. christopherleo.com
Roger Saner South Africa
Sabine Cretella Germany
Carolyn Walsh Botswana
Ibrahima SARR Senegal
Iddi Babu Kenya
San Emmanuel Uganda A graduate of Computer Science, currently pursuing a masters in Data Communication and Software Engineering. My passion for Software Localization dates back in 2008 when I worked on the first translation of Mozilla Firefox (version 3.6) web browser to Luganda. I came to the knowledge of and essence of localized software users. Its role in development and influence on productivity of users. I have since joined and actively participate in the activities of the African Localization Network (ANLoc) and African Language Technology (AfLaT). I'm currently working on my research on machine translation for low resourced bantu languages. I also support localization efforts in Uganda for various languages including Acholi, Rukiga/Runyakitara, Lusoga, Ateso among others by training new localizers for these languages and overseeing their language projects.
Rowan Seymour Rwanda
Kevin Scannell USA
Nabireeba James Uganda
Saudah Namyalo Uganda
Ella Fuchs Germany
Baba Nicole Switzerland
Huda Sarfraz Pakistan
Gladys Nhlanhla Phakathi South Africa
Wolf Gevert Germany
Pilar Valiente Spain
hoze hoze Spain
Abdoul Cisse Mali
Danny Foster Canada
Lucía Mora Ortiz Spain
Mohomodou Houssouba Mali
Mihai Bogdan Lazar Switzerland
Ana Jiménez Spain
Guillermo de la Calle Velasco Spain
Florin Ghioca Romania
Cristina Timirgaziu Switzerland
Dumitru Trucu United Kingdom
Jones Mtuni USA
Crina Paduraru Romania
JEAN BOSCO NTIRENGANYA Rwanda
Adrian Lillywhite United Kingdom
Demetrius Korneyev Russia
elizabeth jackson USA
Perisia Mburuja Australia
Philippe Suter Switzerland
Zoe Ascoli Canada
christian galinski Austria
Marie-Alix Forestier France
Stefania Marin Germany
Carla Majuntke USA
Paul Shaddick United Kingdom
Vieru Andreea Romania
Jonathan Pool USA
Norbert Rennert Canada
aviti mushi Tanzania
preston bahati Uganda
Humphrey Oleng USA
Louis Drinkwater United Kingdom
Arthur Deken Netherlands
James Ong Australia
Christian Pietzsch Germany
Yi Bai China
Sonelle Hall United Kingdom
Anna Weil USA
Andrew Topp Australia
Manfred David Austria
Manfred Hufnagel Germany
Si Ho Germany
Katja Riefler Germany
Thomas Bearth Switzerland
Claudia Bruellmann Switzerland
Jo Steigner Germany
thomas rykard USA
Nicola Ambrosetti Brolin Sweden
Michael Ross New Zealand
Oliver Stegen Kenya
Tonya  Metcalfe  USA
charles otieno Kenya
Rudolf Krakauer Austria ninajifunza kiswahili
Tony Hughes USA
A C Colombia
Laurent Romary Germany
Alhaj Nasir Uddin. USA I am Graduated from Karachi, Pakistan. I love Photography, visiting different cities in the word. I worked five years in a Photographic Laboratory in  Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 8 years I run  my Gazzaz Press & a High School in Karachi. Now last 23 years I am driving Limousine / yellow cab in New York City. NY. USA.
Jesse Juarez USA
Danson Nyangate USA I have an affinity for languages - check this out.... Mimi can parle viel idiomas or I peut spreche lugha muchos or Ich naweza hablas plusieurs Sprachen or finally, Yo kann ongea many langues, Ok seriously - Ich kann viele Sprachen sprechen - Mimi ninaweza kuongea lugha nyingi - Je peut parler plusieurs langues - Yo hablo muchos idiomas - I can switch tongues, really, I can speak many languages! Phew! But, I think in English! Languages I am fluent in English, Kiswahili, French, German, Kisii, Kiluhya and poqito Spanish and I am Kenyan (Kisii tribe - Nyaribari-chache! But do I say?)  - there, now you have it! Adios! Bis zum nachste mal! Au-revoir mes amis! Kanye kona kogenderera! "Keep on keeping on" in the Kisii language.
Beata Wójtowicz Poland I'm a linguist specializing in Swahili.
Judith Wheeldon Australia Retired school head, member of education and arts boards, widely travelled, dog lover and language enthusiast. American by birth, Australian by long residence and ties to country. Excited by Kamusi Project.
Bob  Mbori Kenya A scholar in Applied Language Studies and hold a Phd in African Languages. I am currently a Senior Lecturer at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology.
Tony Naden United Kingdom I have been working with lexcographical and terminogical studies in languages of Ghana and nearby since 1968  I have been a member of the DSNA an Eurolex.  I am engaged on a long-term project for a comparatve dictionary of the about 16 langages of the Western Oti/Volta subgroup pf Gur languages (Naden, Tony 1989. Gur.  _in_  J.T.Bendor-Samuel [ed.] The Niger-Congo Languages. Lanham, MD : University Press of America  : 142-5)  using a comparable approach to KamusiGOLD based on a thesarus of concepts keyed on English words or phrases which stand for concepts, not the English lexemes.
Martin Puttkammer South Africa
Muhámmad Lee Thomas Biddles United Kingdom
john muriango Kenya
David Stamen United Kingdom
Boris Hippolyte France
Bert De Roo Belgium Dutch and German lecturer at college university KHLim (www.khlim.be)
Omar Aly Egypt Arabize Language Department Manager
Patrizia Zotti Italy
Alick Bwanali Malawi I am a Language Specialist and Lecturer in Linguistics with a passion to developing Malawian languages to a level where they can meaningfully contribute to the socio-economic development of our country, Malawi. I do realize that no country can develop if they use borrowed languages and the surest way of utilizing our languages is to develop and empower them. Compilation of dictionaries for any language is key to empowering a language, a powerful tool for communication. I am involved in translation, editing, proofreading, lexicography, terminography, language research and teaching. A native speaker of Chichewa but also fluent in my wife's language, Citumbuka.
Jenna Hershberger USA Student at UW-Madison
Ramadhan SENGATI Tanzania
Sydwell bhengu South Africa Shy guy
Duncan Ikiara Kenya An open mind, an entrepreneur and culture enthusiast 
Arnaud Kalimba Rwanda
Hien Pham Vietnam Vietnamese linguist
Fernando Inocencio Argentina
Maliki Mwavita USA
catalin voinescu Romania
Léon Bukasa Tshibaka Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Vyacheslav Nasretdinov Kazakhstan
Bernard Mwesigwa Uganda
Clement Ilunga Kenya freelance translator, EN>FR since 1980,Owner of Standard Interpretation & Translation Services. can also assist for any need of translation in Lingala and Tshiluba. tx.
Michael Beijer United Kingdom Michael Beijer
Jaakko-Kamusi Väyrynen Finland
Marty Woodson USA
Mélanie Maradan Switzerland http://melem.ch/
ricciardi martina France
Leston Buell Netherlands Ph.D. UCLA 2005 in Linguistics. Specialized in the syntax of Bantu languages, especially Zulu.
John Biesnecker USA
Amanda Wiesler USA
Joop Kiefte Belgium
Estea Fourie South Africa I am the in-house Afrikaans translator at ST Communications in Cape Town, South Africa. 
Ian Trupin USA I am a Tanzanian American fluent in English and conversant in Swahili. I also speak some some Portuguese and French.
corey ewi USA
Monday Monday Cameroon A translator and Interpreter at Pan African University, I am a Tanzanian, living in Yaounde-Cameroon.
Mathieu Roy France PhD (African Studies, Kiswahili)
Cliff Hansen USA I am interested in languages, particularly rare and developing ones. Personally, I love travelling, snorkelling, and playing the mandolin. Professionally: Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Fogo, Cape Verde), Publisher (Design focus), erstwhile ESL teacher in South Korea, proofread multilingual ballots, currently a database coordinator for a translation/interpretation company. Also, volcanoes, I love volcanoes.
Thabani Stanley Ngwane South Africa
Michael Derek Gideon USA I am a poet and student of African oral literature, fluent in Swahili, and currently a Fulbright Fellow in Kenya, where I study praise poetry of the Kuria people. Interested in orality, poetics, and narrative.
Annika Paulsen Germany Retired, but son working in Dar es Salaam. Hence my interest in Kiswahili.
remi korman France
do thanh Vietnam
Luyanda Mbali Somalia
Sławomir Rychliński Poland
Knikaniso Stark United Kingdom
Cyril Tennant United Kingdom
Mayness Chapote Tanzania Am working with my own business in Information Technology  and Networking
kinya kinyago Kenya MIMI NI MWANAFUNZI WA KISWAHILI!
sai sama India
Brian Sterr USA
joseph saanane Tanzania nothing about me
Caroline Green USA I am learning Swahili because I plan to travel to Africa and communicate while on missionary travels throughout this great country.
Robert Sandrock Germany Mtawa wa Abasia ya Mt.Benedikto, Peramiho, Songea, Tanzania.
Roxanne Manzano USA
Sternly K Simon Botswana Cyber Development is a mobile computing solutions company dealing in research and development of innovative applications. I am the founder of the company based in Botswana, Gaborone. 
Judith Baker USA Literacy Consultant to the African Storybook Project; International Reading Association; based in Boston, MA and at SAIDE [South African Institute for Distance Education] in Johannesburg
Auge Nsabimana Burundi
barnabas ochieng Qatar
Karim Ndayizeye Burundi
Marc Wuyts Belgium
Marcferozi M China
John Peter Karikure Burundi
Livingstone Bitama Burundi
Luc Ndayambaje Burundi
Christophe Millet Germany I am French, living in Germany, so I speak English.
Magnus Gabriel Bieneck Germany
Phillan Snail South Africa I am a working class
Claudia Ritschard Tanzania
Pam Noffke USA
sheldon eades USA
Lena Mwirigi USA I am originally from Kenya, Africa moved to the USA five years ago
Sangsun Woo Korea, South
Anthony Owino Kenya Kenyan and an aspiring digital humanist.
Serges NDIKURYAYO Burundi
Guy De Pauw Belgium
poesbek van vuuren South Africa I are ok
Andreas Niedermaier Germany
Jbra Sims United Kingdom
Marwa Maisori Tanzania I am a IT professional, currently working as a programmer at Soft Tech Consultants LTD.
Graziella Hariyongabo Burundi
Eri Tanaka Switzerland
Yvonne CHANG China Chinese expat learning French and improving her English.
Herman Deceuninck Belgium "I believe we all would benefit from more respect for other languages than dominant ones" The "international language" here in Kamusi is "translation".
Sergio Sevilla Mexico
Chris Lorenzen Thailand
Bruce Baker USA I am a pastor of a small church in Brenham Texas. I am completing my PhD in systematic theology. I am currently writing my dissertation. For the last six years I have traveled to Central Africa to teach the local pastors Bible and theology. I spent most of my time in Africa in Burundi with visits to Congo DR and Rwanda. 
Kanyaryeru Andrew Uganda Am a kiswahili language teacher holding Bachelors degree in Education of Makerere University,.
Antumi Ballas Spain
Christiane Fellbaum USA
Gabriele Bianchetti Italy I love Swahili and Mandarin Chinese!
Edward Seeger USA
Doris Johnson USA interested in languages for personal and business use
Ryan Schroeder USA I'm a college student studying computers and economics.  Yup.  
Natacha IRADUKUNDA Burundi
Joel Jackson USA
Dennis Mwangi Kenya Im a funny,educated, single and a pioneer of my country
Karikure jean Pierre Burundi
Erik Pedersen Canada Editor/Indexer, typesetter/compositor, graphic designer; interested in computer programming, webpage design, lexicography, linguistics and philosophy
Christo Smit South Africa
peter schade Germany Designer und Werbefachmann aus Leidenschaft. Sehr kunstinteressiert...
Alain Patrick MUHETO Burundi
Brendan Sullivan USA Nize ikirundi imyaka ibiri n'igice. Ndaryohewe
Sandra Rook United Kingdom
Cătălin Frâncu Romania Founder and programmer at dexonline.ro
Fiston MUDACUMURA Rwanda
Noorali Jiwaji Tanzania I am a scientist working in Physics and Astronomy and often need to translate my English articles into Kiswahili so as to reach a much wider audience.
Juan Earl USA I love writing, crafting, sports, and rebuilding cars.
Toka Diagana USA http://tokadiagana.com/
Zoë Abrahm Costa Rica Pura Vida
Andrae Browne Kenya I am currently in Kenya for Vacation.
Martha Austin Australia
Daniel KURAWIGE Senegal I am a student
TONY KIZITO Uganda Network Specialist
LEE YOUNG JAE Tanzania I'm comming from south korea last year.
Nametso Moremi South Africa Namza the reader 
Azza Nyamakababi Tanzania I'm a Minister of religion
Onan Akoragye Uganda Ugandan student seeking to learn Kiswahili as an essential language in the East African Community
Muthoni Kimani Kenya I am a Mugikuyu(anglisised as Kikuyu), I am a Yeshurun Deut. 32:15; 33:5. Would be nice to have Gikuyu and other languages of East Africa included in the Kamusi for a better understanding of Swahili as all these have inflections from each other.
Tony Karian USA
kathy herbert Canada
Malin Elsen Germany
Amlaku  Eshetie  Ethiopia I am a language specialist with a BA degree in Foreign Languages and Literature (English and French), an MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) at Addis Ababa University -Ethiopia, and a second Masters, MSc in Multilingual Computing and Localisation (expected 2014) at University of Limerick, Ireland.I am managing my own language service centre - KHAABBA International, which is based in Addis Ababa.
Carol Wong Singapore English Mandarin & Dutch Teacher. 
Ali Khamis Ali Tanzania I am Mswahili and like the language
Leandro Arévalo Reta Argentina
moses muga Kenya
Kighetsa Maliro USA I am a professional medical Interpreter.
srebrenka marekovic Croatia Norwegian - grew up in Zimbabwe - live in USA
Stella Bites Philippines
Angie Abreu Canada
Adrian Neacsu Romania
Albert Gardner Spain
Anne-Guri Tamm USA
orhan dağ Turkey
Klon Uvae USA
David Barber United Kingdom I was born in Uganda and am re-learning Swahili as I am planning to return there to set up a business
NORVAL HENRY USA
Motshidisi Phakani South Africa Outgoing
Victoria Middleton USA
Abdushakur  Aboud USA I am a Comorian working with the Voice of America.
Farshid Zamani Iran
Nyasiro Kinyaga Tanzania I'm a second year student at the University of Dar es Salaam pursuing my bachelor degree of arts with education (Linguistics and Kiswahili). 
Maurice Tuck USA
David Simonds USA Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, Kenya, Education (1971-1975); Voice of America Swahili Service (1978-1990). Now retired. Trying to stay current with Swahili language developments using the wealth of material now online in Swahili, from both East Africa and international broadcasting organizations. Recently participated in the American Councils for International Education 2013 Field Testing of LCTLs initiative in the Swahili language, obtaining a respectable, but not perfect, result. 
Gitonga M Kenya
Jason Githeko Kenya
Frederica Tayviah Ghana I am a young lady that has moved to Kenya and would love to learn Swahili for easier communication. A Fashion Designer by Profession.
Laban Ndwaru Kenya Am a student interested in language tools
Serge Iraguha USA Young Professional with an outstanding business acumen, and a passionate learner!
Yuri Zimin Belarus
Ngome Ikoma Tanzania Aged 35, Short story writer and poet from Tanzania in Both English and Swahili.
Paul Warambo Kenya Translator with Translators without borders
diogo viado Brazil
keva holmes USA
MK Ngoyo Kenya
Samwel Makubi Emmanuel USA Passionate Uprising Linguist and Engineer
Augustine  Njau Tanzania Am a Tanzanian I have never been to school but I love to speak foreign languages 
Larry King  Kenya
Olumayowa Famakinwa USA A Nigerian who found his home and heart in western Kenya and has grown up on Soukous music.
Nashir  Hussein Uganda God fearing citizen
Smet Butula USA
Kayitesi Marie-Louise Switzerland I Am an African woman living in Lausanne.
Tayyaba Naz Pakistan
Marcel Querubini Brazil
Farid Al-Eisri Oman
Isaac njiru Kenya
Lorilee Raine Germany
Anthony Lubanga Kenya I am an enthusiast of the Swahili Language despite my work in the Tourism Industry. I want to grow my Swahili knowledge and skill to excellent level. I am a Quality Assurance Officer working with the Directorate of Tourism in Kenya
Lorne Lowry Canada
Stuart Sia USA Dumelang batho! Leina la me ke Sia. Ke kwadile buka ya grammar ya Setswana e e bidiwang, "There is No Word for Grammar in Setswana." Ke tlhaloganya grammar ya Setswana sentle, mme ga ke itse mafoko otlhe. Ke kopa thusa ya lone!
Kenneth Njeri Kenya I am linguist interested in swahili
Gale Davis USA N/A
John Kamusi Portugal
Danielle Alling USA
Art L USA a Tanzanian in NYC, locally connected , globally oriented.
Angil Phelix Uganda
Waqas Bashir Pakistan I happen to live far away from my country, Pakistan with very little or no interaction with my fellow Pakistanis. So I Joined this forum to support the Urdu front of kamusi. 
Larry Smith USA
Sara Weda United Kingdom
enock ojwaang Tanzania
Brenda rich USA
Raymond Paulis Belgium
Okean Rose Jamaica I Am
Rohit Dholakia Canada A graduate student at Simon Fraser University working on Statistical Machine Translation 
Courtney Johnson USA intellectual African Americans single woman seeking history of roots in ancestry interested in the knowledge the language of Swahili
Agaca Mamadou Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Hitesh Tank United Kingdom I am hardworking, trustworthy person looking to progress in life.
Emily Obore Kenya
rumah rumahhtl Indonesia
Shaima' Ahmed Egypt
Polykarp Gama Tanzania Living in Tanzania since 1965. Swahili is like my mother tongue.
Kara Mastin USA
Raphaél Toussaint Belgium German and English philology, translator, terminologist, social media, AutoHotkey scripting...
Anne Wilhelmi Belgium Student
Dennis Onyango Kenya
Dusengimana Allynestus Rwanda
shekina natumanya Uganda
Jeff Beatty USA
Mae Chua Philippines
Tayyaba Naz Pakistan It is a regular user type account
Bora Can Asli Turkey I'm a native speaker of Turkish and I'm learning several African languages including Zulu and Amharic.
Louise  kamariza Burundi
Kenneth Ochieng Kenya
Meshack Mushobozi Tanzania
Marcia Suarez Belgium
Leif Sinius Denmark I used to live in Mugumu, Serengeti, Mara Region, Tanzania. I worked in a rehabilitation project for children with disabilities. 
Joshua Kilonzo Kenya A Kenyan.
Omar Omar Tanzania I like to read books
Shelly Henderson Tanzania
Amar Mukunda USA
jr ushanga Belgium
Zhilal ElFurqaan Indonesia
sandra moorman USA
Andrew Ndungu Kenya
Mohamed Salim Kenya
roy cohen USA none
Kamila Koziol Poland
Nshimirimana Amidou Burundi
Edward Ombui Kenya A Natural Language Processing Expert in African Languages with wide experience in machine translation and human language technologies for under-resourced languages . MSc- Applied Computer Science and BSc Computer Science
Minani Shabani Burundi
Mugabonihera Elias Burundi
Nduwayo Célestin Burundi
Kamukama Elsie Burundi
Ngaruko Mélissa Burundi
Rema Rémy-Martin Burundi
Ntwari Jean Néri Burundi
stevoh jogguh USA Supporting our languages.
Yosevu Kilonzo Kenya
Gideon Kirui Kenya
David Evans USA
Mwambarangwe Hilaire Burundi
andy guyan USA
Frans Yo Indonesia I am a retired university teacher in my hometown. My hobby is language learning and traveling.
Jacqui Gitau United Kingdom I studied swahili in school in Africa, and I speak it regularly despite living in the west.  
Vincent Wamae Kenya I love learning new things
William Andindilile Tanzania
Gilcimar Lobato  Brazil
Amuri Saleh Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Ringo Tenga Tanzania Law Teacher, advocate, a mswahili at heart, father, grandpa, & a friend
çrjan linnerborn Sweden
Ras Mjanja USA Mie ni mzawa wa Kenya aliyehamie Amerika.
eyesark akasi Kenya
hassan hassanh USA My name is Hassan R Hamadi, I am from Somalia, from a small Village called Mauya. Mauya is a village that consist about 500 people, it's within the district of Jammame. By originality I am from Tanzania, but I'm now living in Beaverton, OR USA.
Christina Lalor United Kingdom
Patrick Maundu Kenya Ethnobotanist
Adnan  Jambeau Alhassan  Ghana A mampruli speaker and a Ghanaian by nationality 
erwin de wulf Belgium passioned about  language , vocabulary and  ethymology of words 
Sandra Hie Austria
Alejandro González López Spain Spanish freelance translator, proofreader and editor. I hold a B.A. in Translation and Interpreting from the University of Salamanca, Spain. I am a Spanish native speaker fluent in English and German, now living in Germany.
Irene  Kwagala Uganda Jina langu ni Irene, Ninatoka Uganda. Sai ninataka kujifunza Kiswahili mwenyewe tu.
david sibeyo Kenya student
Tord Martell Sweden I was living in Mzumbe (close to Morogoro, Tanzania) for 3 years.
David Baines United Kingdom
Cody Holland USA
Jale Yusuph Tanzania
YIYONYAGE NDONYA Tanzania
chris owori Kenya am a student
Patrick Chew USA
Léa Buadas-Fleuriot USA
Abda Anne Mali Librarian, Passionate about Free Software, Native language : Pulaar
B Mosi USA
Brian Burke USA
Jean Bosco Botsho Spain
ARTHUR WEKESA Kenya simple minded african.
David Kanda Kenya Engineer, Nairobi Kenya
Dale Talsma USA
Almudena Lopez Spain
Michael mr USA
everett allen USA
Tuyết Lan USA
Solomon Kendagor USA Global Ministry Specialist, International Students, Inc.
Eric Chambers USA I'm a beginner programmer and I'm learning how to translate websites, forms, etc. The fact that I have used Google and found some of the words not accurate makes me question all the other languages that may have errors.  
Jari Berg Finland
Solomon Belay Ethiopia
Herman Manny Tanzania Telecom engineering student. I love and do programming.
Noemi_A Adrigeri Italy
Sveinung Eide Sweden Teacher of English and French in Norwegian secondary schools, and in Moshi, Tanzania 1975-1977. Retired 2003, now living in Sunne, Sweden.
Mirko Plitt Switzerland
cate mwende mwende Kenya Very simple girl 
Yosevu Kilonzo USA
Yosevu Kilonzo Kenya
hansel peter Kenya i am in class 8 am living in kenya
LTanya  Frazier USA
Sebastian Keller Germany Copywriter, HEMA trainer, Bah√°'i
Ivo De Pauw Belgium
Benedict Kezirahabi Tanzania
Joseph Matiko Tanzania
nazmi alan Turkey
Jimbere Jimmy Fabrice Burundi
JJ Tellez Congo, Democratic Republic of the
HAJJ MAKOKHA Kenya Islamic Law Bachelor Degree Graduate of the Islamic University Of Almadimah  AlMunawarrah in Saudi Arabia
mwangi harun Kenya Not much 
Shelby Caraway USA
william wang China
Joey Zenhäusern Switzerland
Margaret Dunham France En <> Fr Conference Interpreter, Fr > En translator, independent researcher in language contact.
oligo phile Turkey
Marc FOGLIA France I am Marc, founder of translat.me
priya verma India hey 
Sina Mansour Iran
Theunie Chamberlain South Africa I am a Theological student at the North West University and would like to attribute by helping my lannguage florish as well. My home language is Afrikaans, but I am also well versed in English, Ancient Hebrew, Ancient Greek, Dutch, German and I am learning Latin.
Sarah James USA I am from Kenya but currently I am teaching Swahili in the USA.
Justine Waluvengo Kenya
SSENENGO JACKSON Uganda AM DOWN TO EARTH
Stefanie Kolbusa United Kingdom

 



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To keep Kamusi growing as a "free" knowledge resource for the world's languages, we need major contributions from philanthropists and organizations. Do you have any connections with a generous person, corporation, foundation, or family office that might wish to make a long term impact on educational outcomes and economic opportunity for speakers of excluded languages around the world? If you can help us reach out to a potential 💛😇 GOLD Angel, please contact us!