Partnerships - how they work
Mission groups and organisations who have overseas programmes involving personal development and the distribution of books and leaflets, etc. are very welcome to contact us. The provision of literature in Braille format as well as text is crucial for the inclusion and integration of people with visual disabilities and it is something that any holistic work should include. We believe that materials relating to spreading God's Word, education or the improvement of health care provision should be available to everyone. Reading materials valuable to the sighted are equally valuable to the blind and we are happy to discuss the possibilities of making your reading materials available in Braille. Please feel free to contact us.
Compass Braille's Overseas Partner groups provide a reliable distribution network ensuring that every Braille Bible portion and every Braille Book or Booklet produced by Compass Braille reaches its target audience.
Listed below are some of our present partners:
Bible Societies, Worldwide
Working with the United Bible Societies
Mission to the Blind, Chennai, India
Supporting people with visual disabilities in many parts of India as distributors of Braille and offering educational and employment opportunities, drop in centres, tape ministry, counselling, summer camps and more.
India Fellowship to the Visually Handicapped, Chennai, India
Supporting people with visual disabilities in many parts of India and promoting their integration into church, community and employment sectors.
Bartimai Centre for the Blind, Ahmedabad, India
Giving daily residential care to children with visual disabilities (some also with other disabilities). Offering a holistic ministry of teaching, playing, singing, feeding, exercise/ physiotherapy to meet the individual needs of each and every child.
Discipleship Centre, Delhi, India
Offering a drop in centre, training centre, home visits, Braille library and general community care.
The African Pastors' Fellowship
APF works with churches and individuals in Africa and seeks to help through enabling and servicing pastors and their spouses to be more effective in their ministry. They provide local training courses, related literature in relevant languages and basic equipment for ministry such as books and bicycles.
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:
We rely heavily on volunteers from local churches who come into the Press to help produce Bibles and Christian Books in Braille.
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Compass Braille has relied on a volunteer force since its inception, without them the work would not have been possible.
If you would like to help please get in touch