What if, rather than spending money on a private tutor to improve her conversational Arabic, she could pay a refugee to sit down with her for an hour and chat? Through NaTakallam, refugees and language learners speak in a conversational dialect. But for the refugees who have become conversation partners, NaTakallam is a flexible and interactive source of income. As the thought about the situation of so many refugees in Beirut—many of them, like her, recent graduates—Sara hit on a solution. Within a few days, Sara saw people sign up for language lessons through her site. Through NaTakallam, he can earn enough of an income to support his studies, and has shared his story through the conversations he has with language learners around the world. Sara hopes that by the end of , NaTakallam will be supporting at least refugees earning the minimum wage or higher.
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