Our aim is to provide Braille Bibles and other Christian reading materials to those in overseas situations who do not have the means to obtain Braille resources for themselves. We do this through orders placed by partner groups and organisations who work among people with visual disabilities, or whose outreach programmes bring them into contact with Braille readers. To date, we have transcribed and produced Braille in 43 languages and we are usually in the process of transcribing one or two new languages at any given time. Indigenous groups and organisations that work among people with visual disabilities distribute the Braille so we are confident that our Braille will reach the end users. Funding to help meet some of the costs is already overstretched and we are therefore grateful when we receive gifts, legacies and grants which enable us to increase our production.
We are always glad to receive enquiries and new orders from organisations that distribute or use Christian literature and we welcome the opportunity of discussing the possibilities with those interested in reaching this marginalised people group. Please also look at our languages page for more details and then feel free to contact us.
Did you know:
A complete Braille Bible is made up of 43 volumes or more
Braille is sent Free Post for the Blind in most countries
Around 90% of visually impaired people live in the poorest countries
Worldwide approximately 284m people are visually impaired (W.H.O.)
A Braille Bible volume is pictured above. Each Braille Bible volume is roughly the size of a telephone directory - a complete Bible is pictured on the right.
Our covers, which are now mid-blue, are laminated and double spiral bound so that the pages lay flat for ease of reading.
Our policy is to offer EQUAL ACCESS to people with visual disabilities.
If you produce or use Christian literature for overseas programmes we can help.
To discuss the possibilities, please contact us: