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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

UPCOMING Tanzania MISSION TRIPS

  • Arumeru Arusha, Tanzania

    July 23, 2015 - August 2, 2015

    The Maasai people are some of the most culturally distinct in the world. Their beaded ornaments, body piercings, and dances have made them a draw for tourists from across the globe. Read More ›

  • Arusha, Tanzania

    July 31, 2015 - August 10, 2015

    The Maasai people are some of the most culturally distinct in the world. Their beaded ornaments, body piercings, and dances have made them a draw for tourists from across the globe. Read More ›

  • Mara Bunda Region, Tanzania

    August 8-18, 2015

    The Kuria and Jita are people groups in north eastern Tanzania numbering about 390,000. The primary religion practiced by the them is ethnic religion, which is deeply rooted in the people’s ethnic identity. Read More ›

  • Mbosi Mbeya, Tanzania

    October 12-24, 2015

    "The Lord is pouring out His spirit in a great way in Tanzania. He is raising up the national church to fulfill the great commission. Multitudes have not heard a clear presentation of the Gospel, and there is a great openness to the message. Read More ›