e3 Partners > Tanzania

Home to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, Tanzania’s ecological significance cannot be overstated. Its wildlife preserves have become popular tourist destinations. Tanzania also benefits from a history of strong political leadership in an otherwise unstable region, making it attractive to investors and aid organizations. Today, over 150 indigenous ethnic groups live within its borders.

Evangelicalism is growing in the region and a strong church-planting movement is thriving. In fact, evangelicals have blossomed from just 2.5 million to 8 million in the last 20 years. Still, 25 people groups remain unreached in Tanzania, impacting over 9 million people.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 45,639,000

Unreached: 9,261,000

Life Expectancy: 61 Years

Languages: Swahili, English


  • Mugumu, Tanzania

    February 26, 2016 - March 7, 2016

    Tanzania is a diverse land rich in mineral resources. The beauty of Mt. Kilimanjaro, spectacular wildlife and white sand beaches make it a popular tourist destination. Read More ›

  • Tanga, Tanzania

    May 15-25, 2016

    The Digo are a Muslim tribe living in northern Tanzania and southern Kenya. More than 100,000 Digo are concentrated on the northern coastal strip of Tanzania from the town of Tanga to the border of Kenya. Read More ›

  • Mara Bunda, Tanzania

    May 28, 2016 - June 7, 2016

    Nestled next to Africa’s largest lake, Lake Victoria, sits the Mara region of Tanzania. On the east side of this district rests the Serengeti National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site that attracts over 100,000 tourists each year. Read More ›

  • Kome Island, Tanzania

    June 5-16, 2016

    Along the remote southwestern shores of Lake Victoria in northwest Tanzania, over 80,000 Zinza people reside on Kome Island. Many are fishermen, working at night and living a semi-nomadic lifestyle. Read More ›

  • Ngudu-Mwanza, Tanzania

    July 1-11, 2016

    Come join us as we start an adventure with God in an area that is new to e3 Partners! The people in Ngudu, Tanzania desperately need to hear a clear presentation of the gospel, most of them for the very first time! Read More ›

  • Tanga, Tanzania

    July 17-28, 2016

    Where We're Going On this e3 Expedition, we will be going to Tanga, in northern Tanzania, to reach the Digo people. Considered an unreached people group, the Digo reside in northern Tanzania and southern Kenya. Read More ›

  • Mchangani, Tanzania

    July 27, 2016 - August 7, 2016

    Mchangani is a beach settlement comprising of fishermen and sex workers. There are no permanent structures and the majority of houses are made of wooden clapboard all of which are small hotels, bars or dukas (small shops. Read More ›