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WordsBy2 game puts ‘fun’ in NGO funding

Publication date 19 May 2022 | 20:54 | ICT

Wordsby2 – an iOS mobile game app by the education and technology company Apptessence – gives you a chance to enjoy yourself while helping others by supporting NGOs doing important work while vying for cash prizes.



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