Find out more about the Gwere people:
About the Gwere - General information about the Gwere people.
Gwere Language Project - Meet the Gwere translation team.
Pray- Support the Gwere people through prayer.
Uganda info - General Country information.
Gwere online Dictionary now available
In August 2012, the Lugwere dictionary became available online. The online dictionary comes complete with alphabetic and semantic meaning based search facilities. The dictionary allows downloading of PDF versions of the print dictionary and offline installers to enable stand alone dictionary use.
Link to Gwere Dictionary
Gwere translation progress
The Gwere translation project has finished translating 100% of the New Testament. Publishing will follow pre-publication checks and reviews.
Thank you for praying for the ongoing work of the translation teams in Uganda.
Nov 16, 2006
The stuggle to get the Word of God in your own language is not easy. Find out how one man's perseverance paid off. Read more...
Nov 9, 2006
In English, when we want to downplay the role of a person doing a particular action, we use a passive construction. For example, ‘They are calling your name' becomes ‘Your name is being called' in a passive construction. In the Gwere language of Uganda, there is but one simple passive construction, but this construction brings about problems in Bible translation. Read more...