With the proliferation of mobile phone and services in the rural communities of Africa, there is also an emerging needs of appropriate interaction design for low-literacy. This workshop will bring together people interested in low-literacy mobile interaction design to share design philosophies of low-literacy, explore design knowledge creation and sharing techniques, and brainstorm areas for future low-literacy design development. Participants should demonstrate interest in mobile interaction design of relevance for the African continent, with topic areas including low-literacy computing, low-power computing, low-literacy mobile applications and/or services, understanding African users and context, low-literacy design capturing and reusing mechanisms and other related human-computer interaction for development (HCI4D) issues. Submissions should focus on low-literacy design, underlying principles, techniques and tools that facilitate paths for sharing design knowledge. In light of these objectives, this workshop has two main goals: one is to explore and share perspectives of interaction design for low-literacy and the other is to establish a common ground to further develop a reusable design advice for low-literacy. This ultimately will contribute to organize the efforts and leverage interaction design for emerging technologies of interest to the AfriCHI community.