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harambee

(ˌhɑːrɑːmˈbeɪ)
n
1. a work chant used on the E African coast
2. a rallying cry used in Kenya
interj
a cry of harambee
[Swahili: pull together]
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The 2015 Laureates also includeGisela Sanchez and Nutrivida in Costa Rica,Nicola Galombik and Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator in South Africa, andBrett Jenks and Fish Forever in Indonesia, Belize, Brazil, Mozambique, and the Philippines.
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The other staff members involved in Defense AT&L production include Randy Weekes, DAU Visual Arts and Press director; Frances Battle, production manager; Harambee Dennis, art director; Collie Johnson, online supplemental content editor; Michael Shoemaker, editorial support; Debbie Gonzalez, copy editor and circulation manager; and Noelia Gamboa, editorial support.
The day begins with Harambee, a Swahili word that means "let's pull together.
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Only if people can, as Ntuli (2003) says in Kenya people fully identified with Harambee (a call for self-sufficiency).
Musicians and community groups will be heading to the market town for Harambee Pasadia, a four-day festival packed with hot music.
For instance, it is paying its dues to society while simultaneously addressing the issue of skills shortage by partnering with Harambee Youth Employment Accelerators, an organisation that sources, trains, and places unemployed youth from disadvantaged backgrounds in first-time jobs.
Yilis and I are also looking forward to hosting our third annual music, family and camping festival Harambee Pasadia.
Kenyans have a culture of harambee (working together), where people come together to raise resources for a specific cause.
Opus Dei now touts its Harambee program, which promotes educational programs in Africa.