Chad is home to hundreds of wildlife species, including elephants, buffalos, and giraffes. Over 150 people groups live within its borders, making it an incredibly diverse country. The economy is largely agricultural, with eight in ten people relying on subsistence farming and the raising of livestock.
In 1990, Chad put an end to nearly three decades of civil war that ravaged its society. Since then, religious freedom has begun spreading. However, over 6 million people have still never heard the Gospel. They come from 72 unreached people groups, making up roughly half of Chad’s population.
Life Expectancy: 49 Years
Languages: French, Arabic, 120 Indigenous Languages