125,000 Kazakhs live in Mongolia. Sadly, the Kazakh people group are a part of 98%* of Mongolia’s population who are unreached. They may be a smaller people group in Mongolia, but they are significant to God, and so to FEBC Mongolia. Dedicated programs in the Kazakh language have been reaching the community.
Pakistan has the second largest Muslim population in the world. FEBC’s partners have been quietly changing mindsets about Christians through their faithful, humble service to the poorest of communities. Like Jesus, they have been reaching out to the lost, the forgotten, the marginalised.
Not knowing a single letter of the alphabet. Not understanding any sign language. This was V* when FEBC Vietnam found him. He was 21. But V’s situation isn’t uncommon. The deaf in Vietnam are intentionally hidden.
The Siddhis of a southern Indian state are a unique community. Descended from Bantu peoples in Southeast Africa, they were brought to the Indian subcontinent as slaves. That slavery past is gone and the Siddhis have assimilated into Indian society. But because they still have distinct African features, they are often seen as outsiders and alienated. But God hasn’t forgotten them.