Ghana is a small nation of cocoa farmers and foresters speaking over 80 languages. In recent years, its government has become increasingly stabilized and a model for other nations in the region.
With religious freedom established in 1992, ministries are actively translating the Bible into native languages and reaching new people groups. Meanwhile, local churches are realizing the need to prioritize evangelism in their lives. However, 19 separate people groups remain unreached, totaling 1.4 million people.
Life Expectancy: 65 Years
Languages: English, 79 Indigenous Languages