Wycliffe Canada is ending Bible poverty by facilitating the translation of God’s Word among minority language communities worldwide.
Stubbornly high levels of illiteracy are a serious problem among the people of the Ndop Plain in Cameroon, Africa. School attendance is rising, but the educational system often fails to produce literate pupils at the end of the primary school cycle. Children speaking only their mother tongue enter the system and are unable to access the learning tools because classes are taught in English. Without mother-tongue literacy, a large number of adults will remain illiterate and the school system will continue to under-perform.
Ride with us for the people groups of the Ndop Plain in Cameroon to help further Bible translation, literacy, and both mother-tongue and multilingual education. You effort will help provide a better life—and eternal life—for thousands.
Sam Wuermlli Engagement Adviser/Mobiliser & Race to 2025 Coordinator