A Print Shop is Born in Ouagadougou

Submitted by John Watton – Coordinator for West Africa Nazarene Publishing
Stepping Stones of Progress

Production for the French Speaking African Nations

In partnership with Christian Literature for Africa, another printing location has been created on the Africa West Field. Located in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, and championed by Rev. Joesph Tiendrebeogo, this new print shop will serve the publication needs of the fast growing work in the Sahel area of our Field.

With good transport connections to the French speaking countries of Ivory Coast, Mali, Togo, Benin and Niger, the Ouagadougou print shop is poised to help raise up Christ-like disciples by making available much needed discipleship literature.

Although the print shop is still in its fledgling state, the first step has been taken by the establishment of a suitable location and the installation of a strong and beautiful CLA Risograph machine!

May this new endeavour impact the Kingdom of God down through the years — by doing what it does best— enabling the printing of quality materials at a locally contextualized price!