Only 57% of the population is literate, and that, in the Roman alphabet. But many parents send their children to Qur’anic schools where they learn to read the Arabic script. The Serer language can be written in both scripts. The churches want to reach the religious leaders in their villages with the scriptures in a script they can read. This project funds the printing of the scriptures translated into Serer and transliterated into Arabic script. It also funds workshops to train the churches in the use of Ajami Serer in their outreach.