Cracking the Language Barrier for a Multilingual Africa- Low Resource African Languages

author: Kathleen Siminyu, Africa’s Talking
published: April 9, 2021,   recorded: March 2021,   views: 3
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IRCAI together with Knowledge 4 All Foundation is working in the framework of UNESCOs MLA 2 Building knowledge societies through ICTs by enabling universal access to, and preservation of, information and knowledge, where UNESCO, IDRC, and GIZ support a Fellowship for Low Resource African Languages in order to develop datasets and strengthen capacities and innovation potential by creating data challenges.

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