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Project Goal:
$211,500
Amount Raised: $42,418
Still Needed: $169,082
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It takes three to five years for a missionary to gain fluency in a people group's culture and language. Specialized software greatly aids and speeds this process of cataloging, organizing and reviewing audio and video recordings, photos and notes.

But the current software is in great need of updating. It must:

  • Work on mobile devices, or interact with a mobile application. Cell phones and tablets are excellent tools in the field.
  • Be available in languages other than English to empower co-workers who speak a variety of languages.
  • Operate on Apple and Linux computers as well as under Windows.
  • Be simple to use, so missionaries can focus on learning culture and language instead of software.

The development of this software will be done by Ethnos360 developers partnering with several other individual developers and one main software development company. Our goal is to have the initial software done within one year.

Learn more at trafero.org

How You'll Be Helping

Your gift will help simplify and speed the culture and language learning process for more missionaries, which will in turn accelerate the process of reaching tribes and transforming lives.

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Other Ways to Give

To give by check or money order, make it payable to Ethnos360 and include a note if you are designating it for a particular project or missionary. Mail it to: Ethnos360, 312 W. First St., Sanford, FL 32771

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ECFA Accredited

Ethnos360 is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity. Contributions are made with the understanding that Ethnos360 has complete control and administration over the use of the donated funds. All contributions designated for specific projects will be applied to those projects. An administration fee of up to 5 percent may be assessed. In the event that we receive more contributions than can be wisely applied to that project, those funds will be used to meet a similar pressing need.