Proliteracy requests $10,000 in renewed support for the second year of its African Women’s Health Literacy Project. Over the course of this 3-year initiative, Proliteracy will co-develop participatory health and literacy manuals with trusted NGO partners in Liberia, South Africa and Rwanda. Each independent curriculum will focus on the specific health needs of unique target populations. Previously, the organization received $15,000 in funds to launch this initiative in Liberia and seeking funding to expand its efforts into South Africa in collaboration with a local NGO, Connect Network. By producing manuals with partners across multiple countries, Proliteracy aims to demonstrate that literacy training can also address myriad local public health needs. Despite delays, the final efforts in Liberia were highly successful