Entries by ejaz@fli-online.org

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Writing system in Gawarbati language strengthened

FLI held a three day workshop for strengthening of writing system in Gawarbati language in Arandu village, situated  alongside Afghan border in southern Chitral this week. In total 12 people, including government school teachers, language researchers and activists attended the sessions held under FLI’s Orthography and Writers’ Workshop series. This event was designed by FLI […]

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Capacity Building program for Govt. Reviewers concludes

A five day Capacity Building workshop FLI held for Pashto group concluded yesterday in Peshawar. Ten scholars of Pashto language who came from various departments attended the program. The participants are going to contribute to standardizing the schools’ curriculum in Pashto language. This was the fourth and last edition of Reviewers Capacity Building which was […]

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Reading material for MLE Schools

FLI provided books to the Children libraries of its partners CBOs. In first phase Palula Community Welfare Organization (PCWO), Gawri Community Development Program (GCDP) and Idara Baraye Taleem o Taraqi (IBT) were provided with the books for their MLE schools. It is worthy to mention that FLI’s target ethonoliguistic communities lack access to reading materials. […]

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New Books Published in Indigenous Languages of N. Pakistan

Khowar FLI has published more than a dozen books in the indigenous languages of northern Pakistan in a couple of months before. These publications will help the respective community readers study in their own languages.  #KhowarBarkash is an important editions as it discusses literary issues in Khowar. Dameli Another book published in Dameli language, a […]

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Covid-19 explained in Burushaski language

How to stay safe, and protect our dear ones from the Pandemic Covid-19 is explained in the Burushaski Language. Burushaski, an isolate by virtue of language classification is spoken in the Gilgit-Baltistan. FLI has developed this message in 15 indigenous languages of the area to create awareness in the communities regarding the disease. Please share […]

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Covid-19 Explined in Wakhi Language

How to stay safe, and protect our dear ones from the Pandemic Covid-19 is explained in the Wakhi Language. Wakhi, an indigenous language is spoken in the Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral-KP. FLI has developed this message in 15 indigenous languages of the area including Wakhi to create awareness in the communities regarding the disease. Please share […]

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Covid-19 Awareness Message in Kalasha

How to stay safe, and protect our dear ones from the Pandemic Covid-19 is explained in the Kalasha Language. Spoken in the Kalash valley of Chitral-KP, Kalasha is one of the indigenous languages of the region. FLI has developed this message in 15 languages of the area including Kalasha to create awareness in the communities […]