Ecuador, Indigenous community receives cell phones with applications in Kichwa language

Posted on October 5, 2012 • Filed under: Ecuador, Internet, Latin America Indigenous Issues reported that the Indigenous population of the canton Colta Kichwa (Chimborazo) began since Wednesday with cell phone service applications in their native language. The company takes delivery of this service at a cost of $ 44.99.

According to records, there are 11,000 users Colta, as many will benefit applications in Kichwa, which means a tool for strengthening, recovery and perpetuity of the ancestral language.

In the future this service will be presented in Kichwa language populations Bolivar, Cotopaxi, Chimborazo and Tungurahua. Read Article

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