Mehalo, which means “languages”, is a project of normalisation, conservation and promotion of mother tongues. It was initiated in 2010 after the realisation that local dialects were disappearing from the coast of Kribi-Campo in Cameroon. Following the publication the book “learn the elementary batanga (banoho)” in 2012, we decided to create a framework in which children of the coastal area could be introduced to their culture.

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