Prayer resources for some of Africa’s unreached people

Pray for the unreached Sakalava

The Sakalava live in western and northwest Madagascar. They believe in a remote, Creator God, who was the first ancestor, and that he can be reached through ancestral spirits and human mediums.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Laarim

Also known as the Boya or Narim, the Laarim are a Nilotic people living in the Boya Hills. It’s a rugged and hilly terrain with rich savannah, high grasslands and scrub bushes.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Ik

The unreached Ik are a small farming and hunting community in North East Uganda, squeezed between the large, powerful Karamojong and Turkana pastoralist tribes.

Find out more…

Pray for the Lesotho Shepherds

The Lesotho shepherds live high in the mountains, caring for herds which belong to wealthy owners down in the valleys. They live in communities outside the reach of the local churches.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Rangi

No material belongings to help you out of poverty. No food to feed yourself or your family. No money for school fees. Plenty of illness. This is day to day life for most Rangi people.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Fulani

The Fulani are overwhelmingly Muslim; however, their traditional pre-Islamic rituals and beliefs are still followed today and only vaguely linked with Islam. Our vision is to see Fulani families hear and respond to the gospel and establish a Fulani Church.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Didinga

Whilst many in South Sudan have heard and responded to the gospel, the remoteness of the Didinga people means that they are still waiting to hear the good news.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Zigua

Little education, little healthcare, no gospel witness. This is the state of the Zigua people in KomSanga village located in northeastern Tanzania.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Antakarana

The Antakarana people of Madagascar are living in darkness, bound to spirit and ancestor worship. A Training in Ministry Outreach team is working among them, seeking to share the light and hope found in Jesus.

Find out more…

Pray for the Zande people

The Zande people are reached with the gospel but need Biblical teaching to help them grow and begin to reach their unreached neighbours with the good news.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached San

The San people of Namibia desperately need the hope and joy that only Christ can bring. A Training in Ministry Outreach team has just started amongst the San in Tsumkwe.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Digo

The Digo are an East African tribe on the southern coastal strip of Kenya between Mombasa and Tanzania. They have gained income through Muslim Arab trade as well as farming and fishing.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Samburu

The Samburu are a semi-nomadic people living in the arid areas between Mount Kenya and Lake Turkana in central northern Kenya.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Alagwa

Since 2010 missionaries have been living and working among the Alagwa, seeking to share the gospel and support new believers in a fledgling church.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Datooga

The unreached Datooga live in Central Tanzania, with their homeland near Mount Hanang - a mountain which plays an important role in their songs and myths.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Lopit

The unreached Lopit live in the Torit district of South Sudan. They practice traditional agriculture, as well as rearing livestock and are proud of their culture.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Mwani

Mwani literally means ‘beach’ and life is tied to the ocean. They live along the coast of northern Mozambique and were influenced by sea-faring Arab merchants centuries ago.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Rendille

The Rendille live in Northern Kenya as semi-nomadic pastoralists. There are two distinct groups: the northern Rendille, who herd camels, and the southern Rendille who herd cattle.

Find out more…

Pray for the Indian Ocean Islanders

Each of the the Indian Ocean Islands has its own distinct people group, with their own language, culture and beliefs, but all practice some form of Islam. Gospel proclamation often causes strong opposition.

Find out more…

Pray for the unreached Bara

The unreached Bara live in small village communities of 50 to 300 people, scattered across the grasslands of south-central Madagascar.

Find out more…

Pray for the Karimojong

The Karimojong live in Karamoja, northeast Uganda. Historically they are a people who have been marginalised and ignored. They are still waiting to discover the transformation that life in Christ can bring.

Find out more…

Pray for Creative Access Areas

Creative Access refers to nations, areas or ministries where there is great hostility towards Christianity and where traditional ‘missionary work’ is not possible. Workers, therefore, need to be ‘creative’ in how they proclaim the good news of Jesus.

Find out more…