Alex continues to create software for Bible translation and literacy projects all over the world so that unreached people groups can flourish in community with the languages that matter most to them.
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Optimus Primer is a software tool for working on literacy primers for low-density languages.
Megan's training equips her to transition from teach missionary kids to developing literacy programs that start kids off learning in the language of their hearts. Read more to see why this matters.
Megan taught maths, English and Spanish at Rain Forest International School in Yaoundé, Cameroon in 2010–2012.
Alex was a network system administrator in Cameroon.
Natural language generation tech may help get scripture into the hands of nondominant language communities faster.
Thursdays are my busy days at school, so perhaps
they’re not the best picture of my work, but frankly, every day is a
busy day at RFIS.
In October, I had the privilege to visit the Kom Multilingual Education Project, where I was amazed at the level of engagement from students and teachers. A few scenes from the school are featured in a video that I posted several weeks ago; please let me know if you are interested in the link to it. This short story is by Godfrey Kain (center right), a Cameroonian who designed many of the materials that the school is using to teach students to read in Kom and then in English.