Cote d’Ivoire is a French-speaking country located on the western border of Ghana. The population is 42% Muslim (primarily in the north), 34% Christian (primarily in the south), and the remaining people are traditional African worshippers. This means that 32% of people remain unreached. The country has suffered civil unrest in recent decades and an influx of immigrants. The political upheaval and religious differences have caused economic unsteadiness. Recently, Christians have experienced increased unity through radio and publishing partnerships. These positive changes are encouraging, but prayer for strong theological and Biblical teaching is greatly needed. We are collaborating with Rev. Benjamin Gnagna in the city of Abidjan.
Key Catalyst for Africa
Leader in Cote d'Ivoire