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2023 FEL Grant recipients

This year 7 grants were awarded for a total of US$ 6831

Grantee Country Language supported Grant (US$) Project title
FEL grants 2023
Timothy C. BrickellJapanTonsawang (Toundanow), Indonesia 912Forgotten folktales in the Tonsawang: developing digital storybooks for maintenance and revitalization
Wahyu HasbialIndonesiaBada, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia 979Revitalization of Bada Language through Children Literacy
Gabriel Antonio Martínez VeraUKGabriel Antonio Martínez Vera 1000Narrations in Saraguro Kichwa: documentation and revitalization of a severely endangered language
Anui SainyiuMyanmar/BurmaLainong, Sagaing Division, Myanmar 1000Revitalization of Lainong language by developing graded reading materials
DeAndré A. Espree-ConawayUSASegai-Modang, Indonesia 1000Modang: Collaborative Language Documentation and Scholastic Dictionary Project
Julen Villarreal MorenoNetherlandsYurakaré, Bolivia 950Yurakaré Dictionary Project
Zubair TorwaliPakistanTorwali, Bahrain Swat, Pakistan 1000Enhancing Torwali literacy among students
See all previous grant recipients 2007-2023

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