Boite de communications algeria, a French government initiative, is aiming to create a digital equivalent of a local language to French and American news.
The goal is to use French and English speakers to help fight against digital illiteracy.
The program aims to encourage French speakers to use new technologies, like the smartphone, and create a language that is both easy to learn and understood.
It will also allow people to access information in French and to learn more about the world.
In a video about the program, President Francois Hollande says: We want to be able to talk to each other in a language of mutual understanding.
Boite De communication algere is part of a broader government effort to encourage more bilingualism and to create the infrastructure for the next generation of French-speaking citizens.
It is the first time that the French government has set up a project aimed at creating a digital language for the population of the country.
The initiative will be launched later this year, according to the French Ministry of Culture.
Boites de communication avec la langue française au cours de la développement de la recherche en francophone langue de France.