Digital Public sphere in Uganda (490,000 native speakers in 1991) for the language Runyoro-Rutooro via the #ttj2wiki capability: capture Lifeworld and Public sphere content in Runyoro-Rutooro on wiki pages to make it widely accessible and boost literacy and empowerment of minority communities in Uganda (490,000 native speakers in 1991).


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Regarding the possibilities to create and contribute to a ttj2.wiki, check Global Innovation Exchange: #tagcoding and #tag2wiki for an accelerated localization of knowledge for sustainable development and the xy2.wiki page.


#Runyoro-Rutooro needs #digitalPublicGoods - #digicoop1b: use #digicoop1ttj - #ttjCoding - #ttj2wiki to create and share those!

#Runyoro-Rutooro needs online library services (#cpc8451, #lib4dev): #cpc8451ttj - make #digicoop1ttj deliver !

#Literacy in #Runyoro-Rutooro goes hand in hand with content for & about Community, Social & Personal services #cpc9: enable a #cpc9ttj journey, #LeavingNoOneBehind