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Joshua Project makes every effort to respond to questions, comments and feedback within two working days. If changes to Joshua Project data are suggested we evaluate those against other sources, most notably the Ethnologue, the World Christian Database, Operation China and other books from Asia Harvest, research materials published in Southeast Asia, refined census data for South Asia, other census data, GSEC and peoplegroups.org data, field input and other web searches.

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Bhotia, Sherpa of Nepal
Population:  106,000
Status: Unreached
Kyrgyz of Kyrgyzstan
Population:  4,187,000
Status: Unreached
Khoja of Pakistan
Population:  842,000
Status: Unreached
Khampti, Khamti Shan of Myanmar (Burma)
Population:  9,000
Status: Unreached
Pala of Laos
Population:  5,500
Status: Unreached
Berber, Atta of Morocco
Population:  144,000
Status: Unreached
Shui of China
Population:  321,000
Status: Unreached
Java Banyumasan of Indonesia
Population:  8,773,000
Status: Unreached
Senoufo, Dyimini of Côte d'Ivoire
Population:  157,000
Status: Unreached
Badhai (Muslim traditions) of India
Population:  606,000
Status: Unreached

Mission Question
How many people groups in Afghanistan have a complete Bible in their primary language but are unreached?  Answer ...

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The 19th Edition of the Ethnologue indicates there are 7,097 languages in the world, including 912 which are dying.  More Mission Facts ...


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