Limited Access to Global Information

Mariam is very concerned about her son, Dastan, because he is not developing as expected and is often sick. Accessing information is difficult for minority language speakers living around the world.

Language, culture, distrust, and exploitation are a few of the obstacles that isolate communities from accurate health and wellness information. ILAD addresses these issues by living in communities, gaining the trust of local people, and teaching life skills classes such as fertility, infant care, and nutrition.

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The Sahara Project

ILAD is currently involved in research among an under-resourced language community residing in Northwest Africa….

Southeast Asia Highlands Development

Transforming lives through development This project is located among a beautiful mountainous region of one…

The North Africa Project

Literacy and Community Development in North Africa The North Africa Project promotes the well-being and…

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Food Insecurity

Illiteracy

Limited Access to Global Information

Undervalued Languages and Cultures

Limited Access to Clean Water

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Unsafe Schools

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