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— Donna K., PA

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— Charles and Susana C., KY

Thank God for the good work you are doing.

— David E., NY

Top 5 People Groups

Sarnami Hindi: 315,000

Afro-Guyanese: 235,000

Mullato Guyanese: 85,000

Detribalized Amerindian: 62,000

Arawak: 16,000


Christian: 51.4%

Evangelical: 15.8%

Hindu: 29.1%

Muslim: 7.7%

Non-Religious: 5.9%

Ethnic: 5.4%


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About Guyana

Guyana is on the northern coast of South America. It is home to 22 People Groups; the largest of which is the Sarnami Hindi who were brought there by the British to work on the plantations. Guyana is a secular state with freedom of religion and evangelicals are growing. There is some tension because of border disputes with neighboring countries.

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