Kokola in Mozambique



Population

105,000

Christian

Evangelical

Largest Religion

Main Language

Progress


Introduction / History

The Kokola of Mozambique are mainly an agricultural people. Many of the Kokola in Mozambique heard the gospel when they were refugees in Malawi during the war in Mozambique (1980s). There are churches in the area. Most churches are served by itinerating pastors who may visit the church once every few months. Kokola pastors need to be trained. The churches use either the Malawian Chichewa Bible or the Portuguese Bible.



Profile Source:   Anonymous  

People Name General Kokola
People Name in Country Kokola
Population in Mozambique 105,000
World Population 398,000
Countries 2
Progress Scale 3.2
Least-Reached No
Indigenous Yes
Alternate Names
Affinity Bloc Sub-Saharan Peoples
People Cluster Bantu, Makua-Yao
People Name General Kokola
Ethnic Code NAB57b
People ID 12748
Country Mozambique
Region East and Southern Africa
Continent Africa
10/40 Window No
Persecution Rank Not ranked
Location in Country Western Zambezia Province.   Source:  Ethnologue 2010

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Enthologue Language Map

Ethnolinguistic map from University of Texas or other map

Languages & Dialects on file:  1  (up to 20 largest shown)
Kokola (105,000)
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Kokola 105,000

For Main Lanugage: Kokola


Bible Translation Status  (Years)
Translation Need Questionable
Resource Format
None reported  
Primary Religion: Christianity
Religion Subdivision: Independent

Major Religion Percent
Buddhism
0.00 %
Christianity  (Evangelical 7.00 %)
60.00 %
Ethnic Religions
40.00 %
Hinduism
0.00 %
Islam
0.00 %
Non-Religious
0.00 %
Other / Small
0.00 %
Unknown
0.00 %

Christian Segments Percent
Anglican
0.0 %
Independent
60.0 %
Orthodox
0.0 %
Other Christian
0.0 %
Protestant
20.0 %
Roman Catholic
20.0 %
Profile Source: Anonymous  
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