Bible storybook for the Nivkh

The first Bible stories in the Amur and Schmidt dialects have been published as an illustrated Bible storybook. These dialects are spoken by the Nivkh people group living in the Russian Far East. OM EAST provided illustrations, design and layout for this new publication while Wycliffe Russia worked on translation.

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