At NaTakallam, language is life-saving
In 2015, NaTakallam was born out of Lebanon to support highly-skilled Syrian refugees access an income by teaching Arabic to learners online.
Thus, the idea of NaTakallam came to life, pioneering the concept of leveraging the digital economy and refugees’ language skills to provide language services to users worldwide, who, through their engagement, help support displaced persons’ livelihoods.
Today, besides Syrian refugees, NaTakallam has expanded its reach to displaced Kurdish communities by offering Kurmanji language learning. The Kurds have a long history of displacement & the socio-political tensions within the region has led to multiple waves of migration, leaving many displaced in neighbouring countries & abroad.