Africa has a rich culture and 2000+ languages in 54 countries. 63 percent of total Sub-Sahara’s population live in rural areas, they all speak in 2000+ languages in these regions. An increasing population of 1.3 billion people living in Sub-Saharan Africa, while 37 percent live in urban areas, these 63 percent of people living in rural areas do not have access to global markets.
People and Media
Providing technology to improve communication among people, to understand themselves, improve talent competitiveness and avoid ethnic conflicts.
Profit and Non-Profit
Business owners adopting an effective strategy for getting past the language barriers, to make the most out of their valuable partnerships and future business opportunities.
Government and Education
Providing educational material, laws, policies, website translation and health journals, to people in the rural areas in their local languages. Teaching Mandarin in African schools is another slap in the face for African languages.