Guosa is a constructed language intended to serve as a lingua franca for West Africa. It synthesizes elements from various indigenous languages in the region and is aimed to harmonize its extremely diverse speakers. Visit the Guosa curation here:
N'Ko (ߒߞߏ) is a standardized unified koiné form of several Manding languages written in the N'Ko alphabet. It is used in Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso and a number of other West African countries. Visit the N'ko curation here:
The Tsou people are an indigenous Austronesian community in central Taiwan. They have a population of under 7,000 people, and their language is categorised as endangered. View the Tsou curation here:
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