South Asian Unengaged Peoples

In the most northwestern district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan, there are around 9,600 Yidgha-speaking people. Yidgha is a language at risk of becoming extinct. It has received recent attention from linguistic and government agencies who are wanting to promote and preserve the language and culture. Yidgha is an unengaged, unreached people group. The Yidgha people follow Ismai’lism, a branch of Shia Islam. There is a Bible overview in the Yidgha language available online. It includes 40 pictures with 30 minutes of audio. Pray for God to call Yidgha people to Himself. May He give the gift of salvation to many. Pray that the Yidgha biblical account online will be used to tell the Yidgha people about the God of salvation.