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2022 FEL Grant recipients

This year 8 grants were awarded for a total of US$7500

Grantee Country Language supported Grant (US$) Project title
FEL grants 2022
Gabriel Alfredo Gallinate SolizUnited StatesTacana, Northern region of Bolivia in the Amazon region 860Documentation and developing alphabet for Northern Tacana
Valantino Ateng PamolangoIndonesiaAndio, Banggai Region, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia 1000Revitalization of Andio Language through Teaching Materials
Clara MomanyiKenyaKitaveta, aveta Sub County and Taita-Taveta County, Kenya 840Compilation of Kitaveta Dictionary
Kristina BalykovaUnited StatesGuató (gta), Brazil, Mato Grosso do Sul and Mato Grosso states 920Publication of a Guató narrative for use in the community schools
Barbara Gabriella RenziGermanyPortocannone Arbëresh, Molise, Italy 1000Preserve the language through recording and videos
Guillem Belmar ViernesUnited StatesSà'án Sàvǐ ñà Yukúnanǐ the municipality of San Juan Mixtepec, Oaxaca Mexico 930Ka'vi Sà'án Sàvǐ ñà Yukúnanǐ: Developing a collection of trilingual stories for kids
Netra Mani RaiNepalDumi, Khotang, Province one, the eastern Nepal 1000Orthography promotion and mother tongue story writing workshop in Dumi
Timotheus Adrianus BodtUnited KingdomKusunda, districts centred around Dang Deokhuri, Mid-Western Nepal 950Publication of Kusunda pictorial book
See all previous grant recipients 2007-2022

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