Join us to encourage linguistic diversity and at the same time bring a more color to your world with our Teespring t-shirt range.

The UN has identified linguistic diversity as one of the key challenges that must be overcome.

To help overcome this challenge we have launched a Swahili Foundations children’s book series to bring innovative reading experiences to curious bilingual readers.

To help fund this series and contribute to language diversity we have launched a colorful Teespring #Swahili101 t-shirt range.

The quirky t-shirt campaign uses illustrations from our book, “I Can Count in Swahili,” with proceeds helping to fund the Swahili Foundation book series.

Click on the link below to order a t-shirt.

We need to sell 250 units to make this project sustainable.

There are four

1. Pikipiki moja means one motorbike:

https://teespring.com/it-s-alll-swahili-to-me-2672#pid=2&cid=568&sid=front

2. Pipi mbili means two lollies:

https://teespring.com/pipimeanstwo#pid=2&cid=578&sid=front

3.Tatu means three:

https://teespring.com/it-s-all-swahili-to-me-three#pid=2&cid=2122&sid=front

4.Nanasi nne means four pineapples:

https://teespring.com/the-african-queen-fun-shirts#pid=2&cid=6568&sid=front

We can’t wait to see photos of you wearing our design!

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