One of the two Indonesian words that can mean we, our and us. Kita is used when the person(s) being adressed is included within the scope of we. Example - Parent, and child: We're going for a picnic today. Neighbour, also going on picnic: How lovely! What should I bring? Compare kami.
"For there was help and shelter. On a tract of level ground, just east of the town, they could find the Dese transit shelter, overcrowded, poorly housed in army tents, but with food, kita bread for adults and supplementary feeding for the children, run by Save the Children, who fed all children provided they washed before they ate." - 'Resetlement, Ethiopia, 1985', Germaine Greer in The Madwoman's Underclothes.