GRATEFUL RECIPIENTS:Graduates of the literacy program in Karnataka, India, display the Bibles and carrying cases purchased with the funds Adventist World and Adventist Review readers donated for that project.Adventist World and Adventist Review have partnered with the Southern Asia Division’s (SUD) Women’s Ministries Department andHope for Humanity to provide literacy classes for women in India ages 15 to 85. The fund-raising initiative is to cover the cost of giving a Bible and its carrying case to every woman who graduates from the church-run literacy program in 2009. Hepzibah Kore, director of SUD Women’s Ministries, estimates that 4,000 women will graduate this year from the more than 200 literacy centers organized in that division. The cost of one Bible and its case is $5, so $20,000 will supply all the Bibles needed this year. More than 700 Adventist Worldand Adventist Review readers, however, have given so liberally that enough funds are now available to provide all the Bibles and carrying cases for two years.