Yintale is a Karen language. It has two subgroups. This is more of a language group than a people group, since they are defined by their spoken language.
Yintale is spoken in three locations in Myanmar: Hpasawng, Bawlakhe, and Kayah.
Yintale speakers are a rural people who grow their own rice and vegetables. They have livestock and fish for their meat supply.
Yintale speakers are Buddhist, but a large minority practices traditional ethnic religion. There are other Karen tribes that have many believers, but not this one.
Yintale Karens need the security of living their lives for Jesus Christ.
* Pray for spiritual openness among Yintale speaking Karen people.
* Pray that their leaders will encounter Jesus Christ and His teachings.
* Pray for a vibrant church among the Yintale speaking people.
* Pray for a disciple making movement to spread through all their communities.
|Profile Source: Keith Carey|
|Global Prayer Digest: 2012-05-27|
|People Name General||Karen, Yintale|
|People Name in Country||Karen, Yintale|
|Population in Myanmar (Burma)||11,000|
|Pioneer Workers Needed||1 to 2|
|Progress Scale||1 ●|
|GSEC||5 (per PeopleGroups.org)|
|National Bible Society||Website|
|Persecution Rank||28 (Open Doors top 50 rank, 1 = highest persecution ranking)|
|Location in Country||Kayah State, Bawlakhè district, Hpasawng township. 3 villages. Source: Ethnologue 2016|
|Primary Language||Yintale (11,000 speakers)|
|Language Code||kvy Ethnologue Listing|
|Primary Dialect||Karen, Yintale|
|Dialect Code||11639 Global Recordings Listing|
|People Groups||Speaking Yintale|
|Major Religion ▲||Percent *|
|Christianity (Evangelical 0.00 %)||
|Other / Small||
|Christian Segments ▲||Percent|