illiteracy

8) Get Literacy/Health and Community Development Materials

Log on at…

http://www.wycliffeassociates.org.uk

where you’ll find an ever-growing series of booklets, produced in MS Publisher and Word, covering a range of simple technologies that enable people to learn new skills. These are fully illustrated and can be freely translated into any other language. The starting languages in which the booklets are available are English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. They’re also available on a free CD. Write

3) Illiteracy: A Frontier we have to Face

mapsoftheworldMuch of the world’s population cannot personally read the Word of God because they are illiterate.

Compare the illiteracy rate for the countries you love at…

http://www.mapsofworld.com/thematic-maps/world-illiteracy-map.htm

Learn how to open people’s eyes to the words so that they may read The Word by attending the International Literacy Training Institute in Tulsa, Oklahoma, June 13 – July 17, 2010. Topics include Basic Literacy, developing Bible-content literacy materials in local languages, Evangelism through literacy, Discipleship through literacy, teaching English as a Second Language, how to train tutors, and how to run church-based literacy programs.  For more information, visit

http://literacyevangelism.org/resources/training/international-literacy-training-institute-tulsa-2010 [Note: This URL will probably ‘wrap’ in the email to you. If you have a hard time making it work, just log on to Brigada Today online at www.brigada.org. There, we’ll make sure this link is set up accurately. Or e-mail

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