Who are we?

    A people who does not know its past, its origins and its culture looks like a tree without roots.

    Lamine AZINAKOU

    Lamine AZINAKOU

    Fawaz ADISA

    Fawaz ADISA

    Problem
    Why Lulla?

    There are 7097 languages ​​in the world, including 2140 languages ​​in Africa, despite this mosaic linguistic, the majority of countries have kept the colonizer's official language. According to the Ethnologist, reference in terms of linguistics at least 16 languages ​​have extinct in the past year . Of course, languages ​​have died since the night of time. What is alarming today is the speed with which they disappear.

    According to UNESCO it is more than 50% to 90% of the languages ​​which will probably disappear during this century if no promotion of them is made. Losing half of the world's languages ​​would mean losing half of our cultural wealth, our heritage.

    7097
    Languages ​​in the world
    16
    Dead languages ​​by year
    2140
    Languages ​​in Africa

    Our Objectives

    Promoting and revaluing African languages ​​through a learning platform African languages ​​and cultures in order to protect this heritage which defines us thanks to the technology, through the creation of environments and the provision of learning tools adapted to their needs.

    Learn an African language now with Lulla