SIL Togo-Benin's Language & Culture Archives exists so that the ethnolinguistic minority communities in these countries benefit from the preservation of and open access to knowledge and resources collected, compiled, or created as the result of SIL's service to these communities in the pursuit of their language development goals.
Using the green search toolbars at the right of the screen, you can explore publications dealing with the 44 living languages of Togo and the 55 living languages of Benin.
SIL's online Global Language & Culture Archives contains 34,000 documents, representing 51% of the world's living languages. Approximately 4,100 of these resources are available for download. The other resources cited may be available upon request through SIL International Publications.
Using the blue search toolbar at the right of the screen, you can explore SIL's online Global Language & Culture Archives.
Ethnologue, Languages of the World contains information on 7,102 known living languages.
SIL is a non-profit organization committed to research in and development of minority languages in the world. SIL International holds the copyright to materials on this site.
Nonetheless, we encourage users to download the electronic documents, maps and reference materials of this site if they are intended for private use, scholarly research and educational purposes. In such cases you may make a copy of portions of these documents free of charge and without further permission.
However, republication or commercial use of materials found on this site—whether in electronic or printed form—is expressly prohibited without the written consent of SIL International. You may make links to these documents (with proper attribution), but you may not mirror (i.e., place copies of) these documents, in part or whole, on your site without the permission of SIL International.