Momina in Indonesia

Joshua Project has identified the Momina only in Indonesia

Population

260

Christian

Evangelical

0.00%

Largest Religion

Main Language

Progress


Introduction / History

The Momina people live in lowlands of the Papua Province found just south of the main ranges extending from south of Silimo east. Elevations in this area range from 350 to 1900 meters. The Momina are nomadic and live in houses built on tree stumps lashed with vines and leaf roofs. They make their clothes from rattan and adorn themselves with nose bones and sticks. Their primary occupations are hunting, gardening, and fishing and their diet consists of yams, bananas, nuts, sago, and wild pig. Many Momina spend time smoking pipes or working on painted root shields.



Profile Source:   Anonymous  

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People Name General Momina
People Name in Country Momina
Population in Indonesia 260
World Population 300
Countries 1
Progress Scale 1.1
Least-Reached Yes
Unengaged or Unknown Yes
Indigenous Yes
Alternate Names
Affinity Bloc Malay Peoples
People Cluster Bugi-Makassar of Sulawesi
People Name General Momina
Ethnic Code MSY44c
Country Indonesia
Region Southeast Asia
Continent Asia
10/40 Window Yes
Persecution Rank 47  (Open Doors top 50 rank, 1 = highest persecution rankinging, )
Location in Country Lowlands just south of main ranges southeast of Una [mtg], Samboka village
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Momina (300)
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Momina 300
Bible Translation Status  (Years)
Bible Portions No
New Testament No
Complete Bible No
Category Resource
None reported  

Major Religion Percent
Buddhism
0.00 %
Christianity  (Evangelical 0.00 %)
0.00 %
Ethnic Religions
100.00 %
Hinduism
0.00 %
Islam
0.00 %
Non-Religious
0.00 %
Other / Small
0.00 %
Unknown
0.00 %
Map Source: Joshua Project / Global Mapping International  
Profile Source: Anonymous  
Data Sources: Data is compiled from various sources. Read more
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