"Hakuna Matata" and "Jambo" Coloring Count Me In Training Malaysia

Two Phrase from Tanzania "Hakuna Mata" and "Jambo" became trending topics at Count Me In Training organized by NAMA Foundation at 7-15 July in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The phrase that became a unifying material for the participants of the training.

"Hakuna Matata" is pronounced of Swahili Language phrase from Central East Africa, roughly translated it means "No Worries" or "No Problems." If we check to Wikipedia, "Hakuna" means "There is not here" while "Matata" means "Problems"

The second phrase of the famous in the training is "Jambo." Phrase "Jambo" also from Tanzania Participants to freshen training atsmosphere. "Jambo" is Greetings sentences like "Hai" or "Hallo." Jambo" also means "How are you."

That two phrase while mentioned create the atmosphere of training become full of laughter and fresh. It unites the inner atmosphere of the participants. The language that unites. #

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