Nairobi, Sept. 14 -- Africa, renowned for its unmatched linguistic diversity, boasts over 2,000 distinct indigenous languages. Paradoxically, many African nations persist in using foreign languages as the primary medium for instruction, communication, and public service.

This trend primarily stems from the scarcity of translated educational materials available in local languages.

The significance of multilingualism cannot be overstated. Disseminating content in a single language severely restricts its reach, as more than half of the world's population predominantly communicates in their native languages.

Therefore, the translation of content into multiple languages is both necessary and an opportunity to expand access and inclusivity....