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Through groups, our members are empowered with skills necessary for promotion of critical and analytical thinking, social interactions, and increased awareness of both self and others.The interactive discussions are structured to build the capacity of IPs, especially women and youth to take up leadership positions in local and national decision making institutions for guaranteed representation and participation....Read More

 

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Language & Cultural Facts


  • Since 1960, the world has lost as many as 28 entire language families.

  • Small languages, more than large ones provide keys to unlock the secrets of nature because thier speakers live in proximity to the animals and plants around them and thier talk reflects the distinctions they observe.

  • The disappearance of a language deprives us of knowledge no less valuable than some future drug that may be lost when a species goes extinct.

  • When small communities abandon thier languages, there's a massive disruption in the transfer of traditional knowledge across generations about medicinal plants, food cultivation and important communal events.

  • Many endangered native languages contain lots of information about the environment, medicinal value of plants &animals unknown to scientists.

  • As the last speakers of a language dies off, the valuable info contained in a language also disappears.

  •  A language dies when it's last speaker dies or when kids stop using thier parents language in preference for a dominant/official one and also because powerful cultures rarely respects the language and culture of smaller ethnic groups so smaller cultures lose thier language as the language of the culture in power becomes the stronger influence.

  • According to UNESCO, 90% of the world's languages are not represented on the Internet.



  • Since 1960, the world has lost as many as 28 entire language families.

  • Small languages, more than large ones provide keys to unlock the secrets of nature because thier speakers live in proximity to the animals and plants around them and thier talk reflects the distinctions they observe.

  • The disappearance of a language deprives us of knowledge no less valuable than some future drug that may be lost when a species goes extinct.

  • When small communities abandon thier languages, there's a massive disruption in the transfer of traditional knowledge across generations about medicinal plants, food cultivation and important communal events.

  • Many endangered native languages contain lots of information about the environment, medicinal value of plants &animals unknown to scientists.

  • As the last speakers of a language dies off, the valuable info contained in a language also disappears.

  •  A language dies when it's last speaker dies or when kids stop using thier parents language in preference for a dominant/official one and also because powerful cultures rarely respects the language and culture of smaller ethnic groups so smaller cultures lose thier language as the language of the culture in power becomes the stronger influence.

  • According to UNESCO, 90% of the world's languages are not represented on the Internet.



  • Since 1960, the world has lost as many as 28 entire language families.

  • Small languages, more than large ones provide keys to unlock the secrets of nature because thier speakers live in proximity to the animals and plants around them and thier talk reflects the distinctions they observe.

  • The disappearance of a language deprives us of knowledge no less valuable than some future drug that may be lost when a species goes extinct.

  • When small communities abandon thier languages, there's a massive disruption in the transfer of traditional knowledge across generations about medicinal plants, food cultivation and important communal events.

  • Many endangered native languages contain lots of information about the environment, medicinal value of plants &animals unknown to scientists.

  • As the last speakers of a language dies off, the valuable info contained in a language also disappears.

  •  A language dies when it's last speaker dies or when kids stop using thier parents language in preference for a dominant/official one and also because powerful cultures rarely respects the language and culture of smaller ethnic groups so smaller cultures lose thier language as the language of the culture in power becomes the stronger influence.

  • According to UNESCO, 90% of the world's languages are not represented on the Internet.



  • Since 1960, the world has lost as many as 28 entire language families.

  • Small languages, more than large ones provide keys to unlock the secrets of nature because thier speakers live in proximity to the animals and plants around them and thier talk reflects the distinctions they observe.

  • The disappearance of a language deprives us of knowledge no less valuable than some future drug that may be lost when a species goes extinct.

  • When small communities abandon thier languages, there's a massive disruption in the transfer of traditional knowledge across generations about medicinal plants, food cultivation and important communal events.

  • Many endangered native languages contain lots of information about the environment, medicinal value of plants &animals unknown to scientists.

  • As the last speakers of a language dies off, the valuable info contained in a language also disappears.

  •  A language dies when it's last speaker dies or when kids stop using thier parents language in preference for a dominant/official one and also because powerful cultures rarely respects the language and culture of smaller ethnic groups so smaller cultures lose thier language as the language of the culture in power becomes the stronger influence.

  • According to UNESCO, 90% of the world's languages are not represented on the Internet.



  • Since 1960, the world has lost as many as 28 entire language families.

  • Small languages, more than large ones provide keys to unlock the secrets of nature because thier speakers live in proximity to the animals and plants around them and thier talk reflects the distinctions they observe.

  • The disappearance of a language deprives us of knowledge no less valuable than some future drug that may be lost when a species goes extinct.

  • When small communities abandon thier languages, there's a massive disruption in the transfer of traditional knowledge across generations about medicinal plants, food cultivation and important communal events.

  • Many endangered native languages contain lots of information about the environment, medicinal value of plants &animals unknown to scientists.

  • As the last speakers of a language dies off, the valuable info contained in a language also disappears.

  •  A language dies when it's last speaker dies or when kids stop using thier parents language in preference for a dominant/official one and also because powerful cultures rarely respects the language and culture of smaller ethnic groups so smaller cultures lose thier language as the language of the culture in power becomes the stronger influence.

  • According to UNESCO, 90% of the world's languages are not represented on the Internet.



  • Since 1960, the world has lost as many as 28 entire language families.

  • Small languages, more than large ones provide keys to unlock the secrets of nature because thier speakers live in proximity to the animals and plants around them and thier talk reflects the distinctions they observe.

  • The disappearance of a language deprives us of knowledge no less valuable than some future drug that may be lost when a species goes extinct.

  • When small communities abandon thier languages, there's a massive disruption in the transfer of traditional knowledge across generations about medicinal plants, food cultivation and important communal events.

  • Many endangered native languages contain lots of information about the environment, medicinal value of plants &animals unknown to scientists.

  • As the last speakers of a language dies off, the valuable info contained in a language also disappears.

  •  A language dies when it's last speaker dies or when kids stop using thier parents language in preference for a dominant/official one and also because powerful cultures rarely respects the language and culture of smaller ethnic groups so smaller cultures lose thier language as the language of the culture in power becomes the stronger influence.

  • According to UNESCO, 90% of the world's languages are not represented on the Internet.



  • Since 1960, the world has lost as many as 28 entire language families.

  • Small languages, more than large ones provide keys to unlock the secrets of nature because thier speakers live in proximity to the animals and plants around them and thier talk reflects the distinctions they observe.

  • The disappearance of a language deprives us of knowledge no less valuable than some future drug that may be lost when a species goes extinct.

  • When small communities abandon thier languages, there's a massive disruption in the transfer of traditional knowledge across generations about medicinal plants, food cultivation and important communal events.

  • Many endangered native languages contain lots of information about the environment, medicinal value of plants &animals unknown to scientists.

  • As the last speakers of a language dies off, the valuable info contained in a language also disappears.

  •  A language dies when it's last speaker dies or when kids stop using thier parents language in preference for a dominant/official one and also because powerful cultures rarely respects the language and culture of smaller ethnic groups so smaller cultures lose thier language as the language of the culture in power becomes the stronger influence.

  • According to UNESCO, 90% of the world's languages are not represented on the Internet.



  • Since 1960, the world has lost as many as 28 entire language families.

  • Small languages, more than large ones provide keys to unlock the secrets of nature because thier speakers live in proximity to the animals and plants around them and thier talk reflects the distinctions they observe.

  • The disappearance of a language deprives us of knowledge no less valuable than some future drug that may be lost when a species goes extinct.

  • When small communities abandon thier languages, there's a massive disruption in the transfer of traditional knowledge across generations about medicinal plants, food cultivation and important communal events.

  • Many endangered native languages contain lots of information about the environment, medicinal value of plants &animals unknown to scientists.

  • As the last speakers of a language dies off, the valuable info contained in a language also disappears.

  •  A language dies when it's last speaker dies or when kids stop using thier parents language in preference for a dominant/official one and also because powerful cultures rarely respects the language and culture of smaller ethnic groups so smaller cultures lose thier language as the language of the culture in power becomes the stronger influence.

  • According to UNESCO, 90% of the world's languages are not represented on the Internet.


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