Data Sources

Where did this data come from?

Joshua Project seeks to compile and integrate ethnic peoples information from various global, regional and national researchers and workers into a composite whole. We are deeply grateful to the sources below who have provided data to Joshua Project.

Global Editing

A special thank-you to Patrick Johnstone of Operation World for his extensive edits of Joshua Project people group data. He invested many hours reviewing people groups, populations and religions information.

Global Sources

Regional Sources

Country Sources

  • China - Asia Harvest / Operation China
  • India - Omid / South Asia engineer
  • Brazil - Latin America researchers
  • Numerous other national peoples researchers
  • On-site researchers, leaders and on-site workers

Ministry Sources

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Rangrez (Muslim traditions) of Pakistan
Population:  67,000
Status: Unreached
Bhangi (Hindu traditions) of Bangladesh
Population:  9,900
Status: Unreached
Bhuiya of India
Population:  2,013,000
Status: Unreached
Bayad of Mongolia
Population:  61,000
Status: Unreached
Malay, East Malaysia of Malaysia
Population:  284,000
Status: Unreached
Ahar of India
Population:  1,433,000
Status: Unreached
Kahar (Hindu traditions) of India
Population:  8,062,000
Status: Unreached
Gond unspecified of India
Population:  15,277,000
Status: Unreached
Romani, Vlax of Pakistan
Population:  20,000
Status: Unreached
Kim Mun of Vietnam
Population:  209,000
Status: Unreached


Largest Unreached

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