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Antakarana

Incorporated into the Islamic beliefs of the Antakarana of Madagascar is their adherence to ancestor worship. This is expressed in sacrifices that are offered to the ancestors. These are often carried out with a significant ceremony where possession by spirits is welcomed. Pray for protection for Christian workers and for ways they can share the story of Jesus’ ultimate sacrifice and victory over sin and death.

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Pray for the unreached Antakarana

The Antakarana, who are originally of mixed Austronesian, African and Arab ancestry, settled in the far north of Madagascar in the 12th century.
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Pray for the unreached Bara people

The Bara live in small village communities of 50 to 300 people, scattered across the grasslands of south-central Madagascar, not very accessible by road.
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Pray for the unreached Sakalava people

The Sakalava live in the west and northwest of Madagascar. They are a minority ethnic group, making up about 6.2% of the population.
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Pray for the unreached Indian Ocean Islanders

Each island has its own distinctive people group, with their own language, culture and beliefs, but all practise some form of Islam.
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Pray for the unreached Tanala people

The Tanala people, also called Antanala, live in the inland forests of southeastern Madagascar. Their name actually means 'people of the forest'.
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Pray for the unreached Rangi people

The Rangi live in north central Tanzania in the hilly region. They are primarily farmers, growing crops such as maize and millet.
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Pray for people in Creative Access locations

We use the phrase ‘creative access’ to refer to nations, areas or ministries where there is great hostility towards Christianity.
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Pray for the unreached Digo people

The Digo are an East African tribe, concentrated on the southern coastal strip of Kenya between Mombasa and the border of Tanzania.
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Pray for the Dorobo people

The Dorobo are not actually a single people group, but a diverse group of peoples descended from the ancient San people.
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Pray for the unreached Zigua people

The Zigua are found in a small coastal region in northeastern Tanzania, near to to Dar-es-Salaam. Numbering around 631,000 they are part of the Bantu linguistic group.
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Pray for the unreached Acacia* people

The Acacia* people are an ethnic group of Chad, generally considered the modern descendants of a ruling Kingdom of ancient Chad.
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Pray for the unreached Didinga people

The Didinga live in the Didinga hills of South Sudan, in the valleys, on the plateaus and slopes, and on the adjacent plains of the region.
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Pray for the unreached Datooga people

The Datooga are an unreached people group of central Tanzania. Although scattered across this region of Tanzania, their homeland seems to be centred near Mount Hanang.
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Pray for the unreached Karimojong people

The Karimojong live in Karamoja, northeast Uganda. Historically they have been marginalised and ignored. This isolation is brought about through their reputed fierceness.
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Pray for the Zande people

The Zande live in an area approximately 800 kilometers long by 400 kilometers wide spread over three countries, namely South Sudan, the  Democratic Republic of Congo and Central African Republic.
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Pray for the unreached Lesotho shepherds

The shepherds live high in the mountains of Lesotho - the Kingdom in the Sky - caring for flocks and herds, which belong to wealthy owners down in the valleys.
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Pray for the Rendille people

The Rendille live in the Kaisut Desert east of Lake Turkana, northern Kenya as semi-nomadic pastoralists.
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Pray for the unreached Fulani people

The Fulani in Western Niger are sometimes called “Gorgaabe”, meaning “People of the West”.
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Pray for the unreached Lopit people

The Lopit inhabit the Lopit hills in Torit district, South Sudan, and practise traditional agriculture, as well as rearing livestock.
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Pray for the unreached San people

The term San is commonly used to refer to a diverse group of migratory hunter-gatherers living in southern Africa who share historical and linguistic connections.
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