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Transforming societies through the power of God’s Word.
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The ability to read & write in your mother tongue opens doors of opportunity.
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Programs to ensure no more bible-less peoples, and no more people-less bibles.
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Offering a world of opportunity through literacy based opportunities, enhancing women’s rights, health and agriculture.
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Corn maize is a staple for the Ndaa people of Cameroon, yet the village of Malapa lacked a mill. People regularly travelled miles carrying their supply of maize to another village to grind it, then hauled the maize flour all the way back to Malapa. After completing several lessons on entrepreneurship as part of his village functional literacy class, Lando identified this problem as a business opportunity. If a mill were operating in the village, families would be able to create their flour much more efficiently. Womever operated that mill could make a small profit. Putting his microenterprise lessons into action, Lando saved up his money and purchased a commercial grinding machine. Business is going very well. “This has really helped the people of my neighbourhood as they do not have to go very far to grind maize… this has also greatly helped me to be able to send my children to school.” ...

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