Health care for all means leaving no language behind

Rohingya woman with interpreter - healthcare interview

Good health care and well-being are rights for all, but information and services are not currently accessible for all language speakers. We want to change the way the world communicates – speak up for language inclusion.

MT Rwanda – Pushing Forward Language Tech in Kinyarwanda

Students around a workstation

Our mission in “MT Rwanda” was nothing short of groundbreaking: to boost open-source machine translation (MT) for impact in Kinyarwanda. This Rwandan language is spoken by millions and is central to the culture and identity of the nation.