Drawers in Tanzania for

Drawers in Tanzania for
Drawers in Tanzania for
Drawers in Tanzania for the first time. Courtesy R.I.B.P. Drawers in Tanzania for
“We think we have accomplished very well so far with using a computer and a lot of our progress has come in this area of mapping,” R.I.B.P. scientist Dr. Christopher Grosjean told the newspaper about the efforts.

Grosjean did not disclose any financial or political interests.

In his report that will be released Nov. 17, 2011, Grosjean said that Tanzania took three years to fully translate the data into the language of its people.

“We have had about 15,000 interviews, and that’s quite a lot,” he said.

Grosjean said this is the second time he has done so. In 1996, an international project called Google maps the distribution of human names of various ethnic groups in Mozambique.

He said that in the last year, people in Tanzania have come to think that their names and places are part of a group. He said the results indicated that more people now see them as part of that group.

“The name of [the project] is very well known among the locals,” he explained.

Dr. Grosjean’s previous work found a number of similarities between the language, customs and history of the area – some very complex and others somewhat simple.

The results of his research will be presented at the World Press

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Drawers in Tanzania for

Drawers in Tanzania for
Drawers in Tanzania for
Drawers in Tanzania for the first time. Courtesy R.I.B.P. Drawers in Tanzania for
“We think we have accomplished very well so far with using a computer and a lot of our progress has come in this area of mapping,” R.I.B.P. scientist Dr. Christopher Grosjean told the newspaper about the efforts.

Grosjean did not disclose any financial or political interests.

In his report that will be released Nov. 17, 2011, Grosjean said that Tanzania took three years to fully translate the data into the language of its people.

“We have had about 15,000 interviews, and that’s quite a lot,” he said.

Grosjean said this is the second time he has done so. In 1996, an international project called Google maps the distribution of human names of various ethnic groups in Mozambique.

He said that in the last year, people in Tanzania have come to think that their names and places are part of a group. He said the results indicated that more people now see them as part of that group.

“The name of [the project] is very well known among the locals,” he explained.

Dr. Grosjean’s previous work found a number of similarities between the language, customs and history of the area – some very complex and others somewhat simple.

The results of his research will be presented at the World Press

Read More
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