With roughly 4% of the world’s trade passing through Panama every year, the country is blessed with one of the most advanced infrastructures in Latin America. In terms of wildlife, it is also the most diverse country in the region.
In recent years, the people have become increasingly interested in spiritual matters and more responsive to the Gospel as a result. Since 1970, evangelicals have grown from just 5% of the population to 20% in 2010. Still, much work remains to be done.
Life Expectancy: 78 Years
Religions: Roman Catholicism (85%), Protestant Christianity (15%)
Languages: Spanish, English