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Focus: Capacity building in Southeast Asia
Capacity building involves sharing knowledge, skills and tools with Wycliffe's field partners and indigenous churches.
Waiting for the new God
An adventurous Ne pastor is determined to show his people that they are no longer bound by ancient prophecies.
The first Ne graduate
A young Ne Christian overcomes significant challenges to become the first of his people to complete high school.
Young people from around Thailand get a taste of what it takes to work in Bible translation.
Sign Language translation conference in Bangkok
In November 2022, teams from all over Asia Pacific travelled to Bangkok to swap stories, hone their translation skills, and debrief pandemic challenges.
Encountering the God who signs
A courageous group of young translators learns that God signs their language.
Photo trip keeps Cameroon language work in focus
Ask photographer Alan Hood for his thoughts on capacity building, and there’s a good chance he’ll mention a Bible translation project known as the Ndop Cluster.
Capacity Building: It's a people process
Capacity building is a two-way street. Its reciprocal nature describes an exchange process between caring and capable people of different cultures.