Women's Literacy Classes

Empower women with the ability to read

Illiterate women in developing nations face great difficulties. They fail to keep their children safe because they can’t read warning labels. Debt piles up because they can’t understand the bad contracts they sign. They’re cheated in the marketplace because they can’t do basic math. Even if they want to read, there is no way to learn.

With your help, women in developing nations can learn to read and will be equipped to tackle life’s hurdles.

GFA World-supported women’s fellowships hold weekly literacy classes for women. The women learn to read, write, and do math. Because the curriculum is grounded in Scripture, the women learn God’s Word and can read the Bible for the first time.

Watch the video about illiterate women in developing nations.

  • Say goodbye to debt. Women no longer have to sign bad contracts they can’t read.
  • Save a few bucks. Now that they know how to add, women can get fair prices in the marketplace.
  • Don’t drink that. Those warning labels make sense now. Women can keep their family safe from danger.
  • Let me write that down. How hard is it to remember things when you can’t write? It’s a simple skill that changes the lives of these women.
  • “For God so loved the...” Wow! For the first time, women can read the Bible and study God’s Word for themselves.

Raise funds for women’s literacy

By raising funds for women’s literacy, you can help hundreds, and even thousands of women to read. In turn, women are equipped to take care of their families and can read the Bible for the first time. Motivate your team to empower numerous women, all with the simple gift of literacy.

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GFA World is dedicated to the most effective and efficient stewardship of resources, according to 1 Corinthians 3:12-14. Contributions to GFA are income tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. All gift options represent GFA's actual ministry efforts to meet the diverse needs of individuals and communities. GFA World seeks to use contributions raised for a particular ministry in furtherance of that charitable objective, but retains control and discretion over all donated funds to further its overall charitable objectives.