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Chad

Largely semi–desert, Chad is one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. On top of that, it has more unreached people than any other African nation. Of its 140 ethnic groups, 72 haven’t yet heard the Christian message – that’s more than half the population.

Lying in the heart of the continent of Africa, Chad suffers from low rainfall and severe droughts. The country is also badly affected by poor infrastructure and internal conflict. Poverty is widespread and health and social conditions compare unfavourably with the rest of Africa. Life expectancy is low, reduced to just an average 47 years, while infant mortality remains high. The nation is plagued by waterborne diseases, such as malaria and meningitis.

Islam is growing in influence and numbers, and there are more unreached people groups in Chad than anywhere else in Africa. 

Mission Africa has responded to these needs and is currently working in partnership with the Evangelical Church of Chad, and a Korean NGO, primarily in the areas of evangelism and medical care.

Opportunities exist in evangelism and pioneer church planting ministries, medical work, school and Bible teaching, working with vulnerable women, agricultural and veterinary assistance, and well digging and construction.

Ministries

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Engaging nomadic desert peoples in Chad

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Engaging nomadic desert peoples in Chad

The Desert peoples are rugged nomadic Muslim groups who live in Northern Chad. They are key groups that have a strong influence with the gov more


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Roy & Jane Jones

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Roy & Jane Jones

With over thirty years medical experience, Roy and Jane help minister to the physical and spiritual needs of villagers in rural Chad. more


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