SIL IN THE NEWS
In the Revista Piaui, author Branca Vianna describes the work of SIL in Brazil, and her visit to a Nadëb village.
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SIL BRAZIL IS COMMITTED to partnering for the benefit of indigenous ethnic groups through: language analysis and translation, media production, workshops, and training courses.
SIL International began work in Brazil in 1956, at the invitation of the National
Museum of the University of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, and the Serviço de Proteção
ao Índio - SPI (Indian Protection Service) — the predecessor of the Fundação
Nacional do Índio (National Indian Foundation).
SIL – 50 Anos no Brasil by Isaac Costa de Souza (Portuguese)
SIL is committed to serving ethnolinguistic minority communities, primarily through training and consulting for activities such as linguistic analysis, orthography development, literature production, literacy, and multilingual education.
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