Language loss has become a huge problem worldwide. There are over a hundred languages dying per year and thousands more in jeopardy. In addition, the financial resources that governments and foundations contribute to the problem are not adequate to the task at hand. Learn more
Even the United States, which has lost 196 Native American languages, which will loss another 91 in the coming few years, and which has another 46 on the brink of extinction, spends less than 1% on the problem compared to countries like Australia and New Zealand.