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Die Sprachversionen in Wolof und Mandinka wurden für in Deutschland lebende, aus Westafrika migrierte Menschen ermöglicht durch die Stiftung Deutsche Depressionshilfe und einer Förderung durch die Brigitte Letsch geborene Düppers Stiftung.