Torwali[aka Torwālī, Turvali, Dardu]
This pioneering work of Torwali dictionary is an essential resource for language learning and instruction for the community and researchers, particularly because Torwali was previously unwritten and is a less studied language. This addresses issues of orthography, documentation, and language preservation for future generations and promotes the community's identity and culture. This project has been recognized by UNESCO as 'Good Practice in Language Preservation.' This work has been undertaken by CLE researcher Mr. Inam Ullah, who is a native speaker, and supported by Torwali community. The project is funded by The Genographic Project of National Geographic and PAN Localization Project of International Development Research Centre, Canada.
Center for Language Engineering (www.cle.org.pk)
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