WMB Languages
As of April 22, 2008
(Including the countries in which programs air in that particular language)

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LANGUAGE

COUNTRY

Afrikaans

South Africa

Amharic (Contemp.)

Ethiopia

Amharic (Trad.)

Ethiopia

Arabic

Jordan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Oman, Kuwait, Yemen, Egypt, Northern Ethiopia, Northern Sudan, Turkey

Arua Uganda
Aymara

Bolivia

Bahasa Indonesia Indonesia
Bemba Zambia, Malawi
Bengali India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan
Chichewa Malawi
Dutch Netherlands, Caribbean
English Philippines, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Vanuatu, Suriname, Nicaragua
Fang Equatorial Guinea
French West Africa, Cote d'Ivoire
German Germany*
Greek

Australia

Kekchi

Nicaragua, Guatemala

Korean Korea
Lugbar Uganda, Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
Luhya

Western Kenya

Malagasy Madagascar
Mandarin

Creative Access Area (CAA)

Miskito Nicaragua
Pidgin Melanesia (Papua New Guinea)
Portuguese

Brazil

Quichua Ecuador
Somali Somali, Ethiopia
South Sotho South Africa
Spanish

Nicaragua, Guatemala, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Puerto Rico, United States, Belize, Mexico, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Honduras, Canada, Spain, Ecuatorial Guinea.

Swahili

Tanzania

Tagalog Philippines
Tetum East Timor
Thai Thailand
Tsonga/Shangaan Swaziland, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa
Ukrainian

Ukraine

Wichi Argentina
Zulu

South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Swaziland, Zimbabwe

Total Languages = 36
Programs in six new languages for WMB were added in 2010: Dutch, Afrikaans, South Sotho, Amaharic (Contemporary), Fawn, and Chichewa. The program in the Mandarin language was discontinued during 2010.