The Spell as You Pronounce Project

Logos Capital has launched the SaypU Project. According to Logos, "one of the barriers to learning how to read and write is the inconsistency between how words are pronounced and how they are spelled in certain languages." The project aims to build a list of words from all languages spelled using a simple and single phonetic alphabet.
The long-term objective is for all words in all languages to be written using the same phonetic alphabet along with current alphabets. This would enable children to easily learn how to read and write not only in their native language, but also in other languages. This would also enable everyone to easily and clearly pronounce any word in any language.
The promoters hope that this will lead to a better understanding and an increased efficiency in communication between people who speak different languages, which "might help making the world a more peaceful and harmonious place."
SaypU is a simple and intuitive phonetic alphabet that could be used to write words from most languages. 23 out of the 24 letters used in the SaypU alphabet are taken from the standard Latin alphabet.
Kan yuu riid this freyz? It is written using the SaypU alphabet. By reading the previous phrase, you have already learned around half of the basic sounds in SaypU.
For more, visit www.saypu.com