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Fulani, Adamawa of Cameroon
Population:  2,335,000
Status: Unreached
Kalbelia of India
Population:  103,000
Status: Unreached
Tuva, Uriankhai of Russia
Population:  265,000
Status: Unreached
Tanti (Hindu traditions) of India
Population:  4,751,000
Status: Unreached
Kim Mun of Vietnam
Population:  207,000
Status: Unreached
Bania, Kasaundhan of India
Population:  505,000
Status: Unreached
Romani, Halebi of Egypt
Population:  343,000
Status: Unreached
Teli (Hindu traditions) of India
Population:  19,006,000
Status: Unreached
Darzi (Muslim traditions) of Pakistan
Population:  375,000
Status: Unreached
Gond of India
Population:  15,586,000
Status: Unreached

Mission Question
How many Muslim people groups in China are unreached?  Answer ...

Unreached Peoples Fact
South Asia has the most least-reached people groups (2,046), followed by Southeast Asia (706). The South Pacific has the fewest at 54.  More Mission Facts ...

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