The Anii-Language in the English Wikipedia
This is just a short overview (as of end of 2014).
Tip: You can choose a different language for a chosen article on the bottom left in a chosen article in Wikipedia. The German article is also very limited, but the French page is really the main entry about the Anii language. There are more technical details, as French is the official language in both Togo and Benin.
The Anii language on the website of SIL Togo-Benin
Here you can probably get more technical documents.
There is an English and a French version of the website..
GʊGʊ Magazine online
This is not only the link to the magazine as such, but to its entire web presence. In addition to the magazines and its audio-recordings, there are also photo-galeries, a blog about news from the office and – probably from 2015 on – also an index for all previous magazine articles.
The Anii language in the Ethnologue
The Ethnologue is a directory of all the known languages of the world. It is in English, but all information is well structured and easily accessible.
Here you can see where the Anii-language is being spoken in Benin.
(Anii has got the number 24.)
Here you can see where the Anii-language is being spoken in Togo.
(Anii has got the number 16.)
OLAC resources in and about the Anii language
OLAC, the Open Language Archives Community, is an international partnership of institutions and individuals who are creating a worldwide virtual library of language resources.
Deborah C. Morton
Deborah is a doctor of linguistics from the USA, who has already invested a lot of research work for the Anii language.
Here, we are linking to her personal website, as her professional position will probably develop rather dynamically:
If you would like to see some Anii language material you may also go to doctor Morton:
Please take not and respect my notes concerning the links in the Legal Matters page.