Angola is the largest Portuguese-speaking country in Africa. It is located on the southwest coast of Africa.
Benin is a West African nation with a rich heritage of art, culture, and politics. It is known as the home of the voodoo religion, which, in the past, demanded human sacrifices.
Botswana is a nation in south-central Africa known for the vast Kalahari Desert and its population of the San people.
Burkina Faso is a small but densely populated nation in western Africa. Islam and local fetishism serve as the religion of choice for most people.
Côte d'Ivoire is a linguistic tapestry of at least 60 languages and an ethnic composition which includes many indigenous groups as well as large populations of expatriate Lebanese and French.
The Central African Republic (CAR) is a nation where SIM serves the church through the Bangui Evangelical School of Theology (BEST).
Eritrea is located along the lower western coast of the Red Sea opposite Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
Ethiopia enjoys the rare distinction of never having been colonized. It is also the original home of the coffee tree, and today boasts some of the world's finest quality coffees.
France is one of the countries where the Reformation started. The Roman Catholic
Church has played a predominant role in French society and mentalities in the past.
Ghana was the first black African nation to gain independence from British colonial rule.
Guinea is one of the least evangelized countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Past leaders frequently persecuted the church, but today there is a new sense of freedom for the work in this nation.
Kenya is a land of great potential with one of the world's fastest growing populations.
This West African nation enjoys the rare distinction of never having been colonized or occupied by a foreign nation. Although Liberia has been a free and independent state since 1847, civil war in the last years of the twentieth century tore this nation apart.
Madagascar is the world's fourth largest island. It lies in the Indian Ocean, nearly 402 km (250 miles) off the southeast coast of Africa.
Malawi, formerly known as Nyasaland, is sometimes called "the warm heart of Africa," a nickname fitting for the friendly people and gorgeous landscapes of Malawi.
Relational transformation of our Malian community by intentionally pursuing the lost and training reproducible Christ followers.
Mauritius has been called the "forgotten mission field." A beautiful tropical island, it is home to more than a million people, over half of whom are Hindus, the politically dominant group.
Mozambique is a nation on the southeast coast of Africa, bordered on the north by Tanzania, the west by Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, and the south by South Africa and Swaziland.
Namibia is the country in Africa with the highest percentage of "Christians" (90%). It is a large territory on the southwest coast of Africa.
The Republic of Niger is the largest country in West Africa. Most of the population is under 17 years old.
The Federal Republic of Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa. About half the population follows the Christian faith.
Réunion is a volcanic island in the Indian Ocean, 653 km (406 miles) east of Madagascar. It is an overseas department and administrative region of France.
Sénégal is a nation in West Africa which gained its independence in 1960 after three centuries of rule by France.
South Africa is the most industrialized and one of the richest nations in Africa. God continues to develop his church in this land.
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Some European countries, such as Switzerland, enjoy a long heritage as missionary sending nations.
Tanzania is a nation of lavish beauty and abundant wildlife, situated on the east coast of Africa.
The West African nation of Togo has the distinction of being a French-speaking country that was once a German colony.
The United Kingdom enjoys a rich heritage as a missionary-sending nation. In common with much of the rest of Europe, the UK has seen increasing secularization and religious apathy alongside Islamic expansion.
Zambia is home to the spectacular Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River! They were named by David Livingstone, the first European to set eyes on them.
Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in south central Africa, known for its dramatic scenic beauty, abundant wild game, and friendly people.