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Students explore the city blindfolded, led by a blind guide.Students explore the city blindfolded, led by a blind guide.What is it like to walk through a busy city in total darkness? How do you eat a meal when you can’t see what’s on your plate? Most people don’t think about the difficulties blind and visually impaired people face every day but the Bible Society of Costa Rica is working to change this.

“There are 260,000 blind and visually impaired people here but most Costa Ricans are oblivious to the lives they lead or the obstacles they face,” notes Bible Society General Secretary Mayra Ugalde. “The Bible tells us to care for the vulnerable and that’s why we are working to serve blind people and their families and make the public aware of their situation.”

Juan, 9Juan, 9Violence is ‘normal’ in this crime-ridden Dominican Republic suburb but a Bible program is bringing hope to its children.

Nine-year-old Juan was standing outside a church in his neighbourhood, talking to Carmen Checo of the Dominican Republic Bible Society, when a violent fight broke out nearby between a man and a woman. They threatened each other with knives and shouted about blowing each other up. Ms Checo was alarmed.

“Don’t worry – just ignore them. This is normal,” Juan told her, shrugging.

A pygmy woman in the Republic of Congo describes how Bible-based literacy classes in her village are giving her new confidence and hope for a better future.A pygmy woman in the Republic of Congo describes how Bible-based literacy classes in her village are giving her new confidence and hope for a better future.

Albertine isn’t sure of her age but thinks she’s around 40. She owns two slightly worn and patched shirts, which she carefully hangs up in the small hut she shares with 11 other family members. All their clothes have been given as wages in exchange for long hours of labour in other people’s fields.

Albertine and her family now live in a village but she grew up as a nomad, moving from one settlement to another every few days. Like many pygmies, she never had the chance to attend school and has found herself having to work for the wealthier Bantu ethnic groups. Without a doubt, pygmies are marginalised and taken advantage of. It’s not uncommon for them to be used as slave labour.

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