We are delighted to announce online dictionaries for the Lugungu, Lubwisi, Lugwere, and Lunyole languages have now been made available. These languages are within the Bantu language family and are spoken by more than 900,000 people in Uganda.Read more...
In Uganda, Wycliffe members are serving six languages, with two more to be added soon. These languages comprise more than 1.3 million speakers. The Bible Society of Uganda is serving six languages as well. What a potential there is for changed lives! The personnel involved in these projects are qualified nationals who are full of vision as to what can happen when the Bible is translated into their languages. They are using state of the art technology and are being equipped to do quality work as they are assisted by the linguistic, translation and literacy expertise of Wycliffe members.
Discover the fascinating things that are happening in our language projects in Uganda:
Apr 19, 2011
Lasto Ndighilantiya, from the Charismatic Episcopal church, took part in the November 2010 Mark Bible study facilitator training in luBwisi. Afterward, he said, "I have learned something great from Romans 7:19-23 with the help of the Topical Index booklet." Read more...
Jan 11, 2011
The pastors who attended the July 2010 Mark Bible Study Leader's Training were very happy to read the Gospel of Mark in luBwisi. Christopher (education level of primary six) said, "It is my first time to read these four chapters of Mark completely. I have been reading just small portions of the chapters. This has given me a deeper understanding of the context." Read more...