BABADADA helps

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BABADADA.com has now been online for 10 months. More than 100 (!) languages ​​and numerous dialects already make BABADADA the largest pictorial dictionary in the world.
 
For the whole team behind BABADADA providing practical support during the current migrant crisis is still the most important aspect: Apart from English and German, Arabic was the most requested language. Other relevant languages in this context were​​ Farsi, Tigrinya and Dari. For some of those languages, BABADADA is the only source. Therefore BABADADA is now frequently listed as a support for language learning in this context – including renowned institutions such as the German Ministry for Family Affairs (Bundesfamilienministerium) or ProAsyl.