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Welcome to Amjambo Africa! Welcome to Amjambo Africa! We are Maine’s free newspaper for and about New Mainers from Sub-Saharan Africa.
Amjambo Africa! is here to help New Mainers thrive and to help Maine welcome and benefit from our new neighbors.
Amjambo Africa! will serve as a conduit of information for newcomers as they navigate life in Maine.
Amjambo Africa! will include background articles about Africa so those from Maine can understand why newcomers have arrived here.
Amjambo Africa! will profile successful New Mainers from Sub-Saharan Africa in order to give hope to those newly arrived as well as make clear the benefits to our state of welcoming newcomers.
Amjambo Africa! will share on the ground news updates from contributors living in Africa now.
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Georges Budagu Makoko
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Harrison, Kathreen, "Amjambo Africa! (April 2018)" (2018). Amjambo Africa!. 1.
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