Missions Off the Grid

Christian Aid Missions Off the Grid
Indigenous Christians are trained and then return to their native countries as missionaries (Christian Aid)

Some 6,000 people groups have never heard of Jesus. Christian Aid Mission helps native believers reach off-the-grid groups like these:

  • Fulani | Africa

The Fulani, the largest nomadic tribe in the world, have for 800 years been Sunni Islam missionaries in the vast expanses of west and central Africa. .

  • Magar | Nepal

Nepal, the world’s only Hindu kingdom, is home to some 400 ethnic groups. The Magar represent 7 percent of the population and are one of the oldest Nepalese tribes.

  • Tuareg | Niger

The nomadic Tuareg, or “Blue People,” are so named because when seen at great distances the tribe looks like a blue cloud emerging from the Saharan horizon. 

  • Uyghur of Kazakhstan

In Islamic Kazakhstan, believers typically reside in small pockets in urban areas, leaving the rural regions, where the Uyghur are, without access to the gospel. 

  • San Chay | Vietnam

In Vietnam, a communist state where Christianity is restricted, many pastors are imprisoned for evangelizing fellow countrymen such as the San Chay

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