Apalai in Brazil


Joshua Project has identified the Apalai only in Brazil

Population

400

Christian

Evangelical

Largest Religion

Main Language

Progress


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People Name General Apalai
People Name in Country Apalai
Population in Brazil 400
World Population 400
Countries 1
Progress Scale 3.2
Least-Reached No
Indigenous Yes
Alternate Names Apalay, Aparai, Aparathy, Apareilles, Appirrois
Country Brazil
Region Central and South America
Continent South America
10/40 Window No
Persecution Rank Not ranked
Location in Country Pará, mainly on Paru Leste River with fringe groups on Jari and Citare rivers. 20 villages.   Source:  Ethnologue 2010

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Enthologue Language Map

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Languages & Dialects on file:  1  (up to 20 largest shown)
Apalai (400)
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Apalai 400

For Main Lanugage: Apalai


Bible Translation Status  (Years)
Bible Portions Yes   (1972-1975)
New Testament Yes   (1986)
Complete Bible No
Resource Format
Audio Bible teaching (GRN) Audio Recordings
Bible: Ritonõpo Omiry Text / Printed Matter
Online Bible text (Scripture Earth) Text / Printed Matter
Primary Religion: Christianity
Religion Subdivision: Protestant

Major Religion Percent
Buddhism
0.00 %
Christianity  (Evangelical 40.00 %)
80.00 %
Ethnic Religions
20.00 %
Hinduism
0.00 %
Islam
0.00 %
Non-Religious
0.00 %
Other / Small
0.00 %
Unknown
0.00 %

Christian Segments Percent
Anglican
0.0 %
Independent
10.0 %
Orthodox
0.0 %
Other Christian
0.0 %
Protestant
70.0 %
Roman Catholic
20.0 %
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