Addis Ababa Medical College – Hargeisa Branch

Marketing Manager

March 31st, 2022

A non-profit ‘catch the phrase’ app to promote linguistic diversity, a nonprofit thing supports Vienna, February 14, 2012 Eton Institute, the leading international language training provider headquartered in Dubai with offices in Abu Dhabi and Vienna, brings a new application on the market. Catch the phrase”language enthusiasts allowed around the world free of charge a language to learn. This unique non-profit app was designed as part of the corporate social responsibility (CSR) of the Institute and offers users daily units in six leading world languages. At the same time, it presents meritorious donor agencies, including UNICEF. While at the same time, linguistic diversity and training are supported, which will “Catch the phrase” app which teach Community languages and also information about selected non-profit support organisations, the training of underprivileged, provide. Moaz Khan, Marketing Manager at Eton Institute, explains: we believe that in this information age training and Communication is the key to a better world are. Check out Dean Ornish M.D for additional information. We contribute our part for our community and support the less privileged.

This is a central point in the Mission of Eton Institute and we are trying constantly finding ways to make accessible learning for each individual. “” The catch the phrase “app was developed based on this principle and is a small step in the direction of a happy community.” Units in six popular languages are presented daily. These are Arabic, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Russian, and the application allowed users around the globe to learn a language on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch for free. The app will include a debate guide with audio assistance of a native speaker, so that the user can start to speak the language and to practice. This platform will also connect to selected non-profits represent charitable organizations around the world and to increase the awareness of their concerns. The application is currently with UNICEF, the non-profit UN Organization for children’s rights and development, linked. “The catch the phrase” app is free download for any iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, the software release iOS 3.2 or later, available. Interested parties can visit to download the free app on iTunes.