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Pashtun Cluster – People Groups
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Population Least Reached Progress Scale # Peoples by Ctry # Unreached Peoples % Peoples Unreached Primary Religion Ethnic Code Photo
Afghani, general79,000Y1 44100.0 % IslamCNT24a 
Ormuri3,200Y1 11100.0 % IslamCNT24dP
Ormuri
Totals:  2 Peoples 82,000 2 1 5 5 100.0 %  Islam   1
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Pashtun Cluster – People Progress

% of People Groups [1]
 
% of Population in People Group [1] [2]
 
Progress Level Peoples % of Peoples Population % of Population [2]
  1 - Unreached 5 100.0 % 82,000 100.0 %
  2 - Minimally reached 0 0.0 % 0 0.0 %
  3 - Superficially reached 0 0.0 % 0 0.0 %
  4 - Partially reached 0 0.0 % 0 0.0 %
  5 - Significantly reached 0 0.0 % 0 0.0 %
Totals 5   82,000  


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  1. Small Values: Values less than .3% are not shown on pie charts for labeling clarity.
  2. % of Population in People Group:  The percentage of the population that lives in a people group at each progress level. Not every person living in an unreached people group is necessarily unreached.
Pashtun Cluster – People Photos   *** Note:  Only people groups with photos available are displayed here.***
 

Ormuri
3,200
in 1 Country

Pashtun People Photos   *** Note:  Only people groups with photos available are displayed here.***
Pashtun Cluster – Profile
  • The Pashtun (or Pushtun) cluster of peoples are characteized by speaking one of the Pashto languages and the practice of Pashtunwalli, a set of ethics guiding community and personal conduct. Most decisions in tribal life are made by members of the jirga, or council of elders.
  • The law that matters is Pashtunwali, a traditional system that relies on interlocking webs of deep relationships in order to function. Pashtun life is all about multigenerational relationships,and every agreement is based on a personal relationship.
  • A prominent institution of the Pashtun people is the intricate system of tribes. The Pashtuns remain a predominantly tribal people, but the worldwide trend of urbanisation has begun to alter Pashtun society. Despite this trend of urbanisation, many people still identify themselves with various clans.
  • The majority of the Taliban are made up of Pashtun tribesmen, but only a tiny fraction of Pashtun are Taliban.
Ormuri
Pashtun Cluster – Languages
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Dariprs11Complete
Pashto, Southernpbt44Portions
Totals: 2 5 5   2 1 1 2 1
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Pashtun Cluster – Religions
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Pashtun Cluster – Details
 
Summary
Affinity Bloc Persian-Median
Population 82,000
Peoples (by Country) 5
Gateway / Largest People Afghani, general
Languages 2
Largest Language Pashto, Southern
Primary Religion Islam
% Professing Christian 0.0%
% Evangelical 0.0%
Cluster Progress Level 1 

Peoples Count   Population  
Peoples (by Country) 5   82,000  
Peoples in 10/40 Window 1 (20.0%) 3,200 (3.9%)
Unreached Peoples 5 (100.0%) 82,000 (100.0%)

Regions Peoples   Population  
Asia, Central1(20.0%)3,200(3.9%)
Australia and Pacific2(40.0%)30,000(36.2%)
Europe, Western2(40.0%)49,000(59.9%)

Resources Peoples   Population  
Complete Bible 1 (20.0%) 26,000 (31.8%)
New Testament 1 (20.0%) 26,000 (31.8%)
Portions 5 (100.0%) 82,000 (100.0%)
Online Audio NT 1 (20.0%) 26,000 (31.8%)
Jesus Film 1 (20.0%) 26,000 (31.8%)
Gospel Recordings 5 (100.0%) 82,000 (100.0%)
 
Ormuri

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