Quechua, North Bolivian in Bolivia

Joshua Project has identified the Quechua, North Bolivian only in Bolivia

Population

250,000

Christian

Evangelical

Largest Religion

Main Language

Progress


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People Name General Quechua, North Bolivian
People Name in Country Quechua, North Bolivian
Population in Bolivia 250,000
World Population 250,000
Countries 1
Progress Scale 3.2
Least-Reached No
Indigenous Yes
Alternate Names Apolo Quechua, North Bolivian Quechua
Affinity Bloc Latin-Caribbean Americans
People Cluster Quechua
People Name General Quechua, North Bolivian
Ethnic Code MIR39g
Country Bolivia
Region Central and South America
Continent South America
10/40 Window No
Persecution Rank Not ranked
Location in Country Apolo region, La Paz Department

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Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Aymara, Central Quechua, North Bolivian
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Aymara, Central Quechua, North Bolivian
Bible Translation Status  (Years)
Bible Portions Yes   (1983)
New Testament Yes   (1985)
Complete Bible No
Audio Bible Online
Category Resource
Audio Recordings Global Recordings
Audio Recordings Online New Testament (FCBH)
Film / Video Jesus Film: view in Quechua, North Bolivian
Scripture Bible-in-Your-Language
Scripture Scripture Earth Online Printed Bible

Major Religion Percent
Buddhism
0.00 %
Christianity  (Evangelical 14.00 %)
90.50 %
Ethnic Religions
5.00 %
Hinduism
0.00 %
Islam
0.00 %
Non-Religious
1.00 %
Other / Small
3.50 %
Unknown
0.00 %

Christian Segments Percent
Anglican
0.0 %
Independent
8.0 %
Orthodox
0.0 %
Other Christian
17.0 %
Protestant
15.0 %
Roman Catholic
60.0 %
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