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EKISINGA PUBLISHING

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1 billion people in the world cannot read this sentence. This includes 1 in 4 children worldwide.

 

In sub-Saharan Africa, 88% of children, or 202 million are not meeting minimum proficiency in literacy. Moreover, 260 million children are not even in school. This is the cornerstone of a learning crisis that threatens all other learning and countries’ efforts to build human capital and grow their economies.

Education must be about much more than just going to school. It’s about the quality of the experience and the learning that takes place. And there is no better indicator of learning and a quality education than whether a student can read and write.

Literacy changes the narrative in nearly every aspect of life, including Health, Education, and Poverty.
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  • What role have books played in your life and ministry? Which authors or titles have you found most helpful in your Christian life?

  • What would you consider essential reading in your role as a leader, pastor, or teacher? In making disciples, building a healthy church, in marriage, or raising a family?

  • Now, what if you never had the opportunity to read books to help you in those roles what would you life look like?

  • For the Church in the Majority World, there is a scarcity of theologically sound books. Access to and ownership of the Scriptures and other affordable biblical and educational resources is integral to the spiritual formation and future of the Majority World.

Ekisinga Publishing’s Micro Print-On-Demand is part of the solution!

  • Cost-effective, digital print-on-demand technology enabling affordable domestic production for immediate, local distribution.

  • Printing only what is needed, when it is needed, and the price per book is the same whether for 1, 10, 100, or 1,000 copies.

  • No international shipping costs making books unaffordable.

  • Reading materials can be authored, illustrated, and written in local languages.

  • Access to affordable books and educational materials are an equalizer in the life of the materially poor and helps them build their human capital to end extreme poverty.

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Gospel books

Gospel books

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Guys holding books

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Binder

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Printer

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Looking at books

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HAPPY guys holding books

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