The 8 countries of South Asia make up only 3% of the earth's landmass but contain over 20% of its population.
Four countries are predominantly Muslim, two countries are predominantly Hindu, and two countries are predominantly Buddhist.
Considered together, these countries are 95% unreached, with 3,477 people groups who have never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ.
All eight are on the World Watch List of the 50 most persecuted countries for Christians. Half of them are in the top 13.
We work in restricted countries that seek to limit people's access to Christ through various means of persecution from governments and/or radical religious groups. Because of these restrictions and for the safety of our teams, we do not openly disclose the locations in which we operate.