Ama, Apaka in Papua New Guinea


Joshua Project has identified the Ama only in Papua New Guinea

Population

990

Christian

Evangelical

Largest Religion

Main Language

Progress


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People Name General Ama
People Name in Country Ama, Apaka
Population in Papua New Guinea 1,000
World Population 1,000
Countries 1
Progress Scale 3.2
Least-Reached No
Indigenous Yes
Alternate Names Abi, Aboa, Apaka
Affinity Bloc Pacific Islanders
People Cluster New Guinea
People Name General Ama
Ethnic Code AON09b
People ID 10260
Country Papua New Guinea
Region South Pacific
Continent Australia
10/40 Window No
Persecution Rank Not ranked
Location in Country East Sepik Province, Ambunti District, Waniap Creek, south of Sepik River, south of Namia, Ama (Wopolu I), Wopolu II (Nokonufa), Kauvia (Kawiya), Yonuwai villages; all on hills rising from the swamp.   Source:  Ethnologue 2010

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Enthologue Language Map



Languages & Dialects on file:  1  (up to 20 largest shown)
Ama (1,000)
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Ama 1,000
Bible Translation Status  (Years)
Bible Portions Yes   (1981-1992)
New Testament Yes   (1990-2009)
Complete Bible No
Format Resource
Audio Recordings Audio Bible teaching (GRN)
Text / Printed Matter Bible: Kotoni Imo Itouniyaimo
Text / Printed Matter Online Bible text (Scripture Earth)
Text / Printed Matter Scripture text - download

Major Religion Percent
Buddhism
0.00 %
Christianity  (Evangelical 19.00 %)
30.00 %
Ethnic Religions
70.00 %
Hinduism
0.00 %
Islam
0.00 %
Non-Religious
0.00 %
Other / Small
0.00 %
Unknown
0.00 %

Christian Segments Percent
Anglican
0.0 %
Independent
40.0 %
Orthodox
0.0 %
Other Christian
0.0 %
Protestant
60.0 %
Roman Catholic
0.0 %
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